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Flipped off

There's nothing like getting flipped off to get Tennessee's football players fired up. That may be why they've enjoyed so much success on the road in recent years. Hostile fans seem to bring out the best in the Vols.

Consider: Tennessee outclassed 10th-ranked Alabama 21-7 in 1999. An 18-point underdog Vol squad stunned No. 2 Florida 34-32 in 2001. Tennessee shocked No. 6 Miami 10-6 in 2003, knocked off No. 3 Georgia 19-14 in 2004 and surprised No. 4 LSU 30-27 in 2005. All of these huge wins occurred on the road, which bodes well for the Big Orange heading into Saturday night's game at No. 10 Georgia. "You... Recommended Stories

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