Tennessee trolls Miss Ole top Twitter after wiping out Rebels

After tending to the Rebels Ole on the baseball diamond this weekend, the Tennessee Volunteers are trolling the Rebels on Twitter.

The Tennessee Volunteers had a great weekend in Oxford and now the official Tennessee baseball account has a ball trolling the Ole Miss Rebels.

After wiping out the top-ranked Ole Miss baseball team, including two skewed matches, Tennessee posted a stunning image everyone needs to see.

This image has a little bit of everything. There are mentions of the infamous bottle of mustard and golf balls. There are references to post-game quote from Ole Miss players, who seem to believe the Rebels will be able to come out and win on Saturday.

Heck, the Vols even include references to why Ole Miss fans believe the rebels will be able to simply show up and defeat Tennessee.

This is art in its purest form.

Tennessee baseball trolls Ole Miss Rebels after Vols sweep in Oxford

And yes, this phenomenal art does in fact involve a rather unfortunate quote from an Ole Miss pitcher.

Turns out, Ole Miss didn’t really win that game. The rebels disintegrated and could not keep up with the Vols again. And, well, they were blown away in Game two just as they were in Game one.

That’s not a good thing for the Rebels!

The insurgents have finally been swept and will almost certainly fall in the worldwide college baseball rankings, it remains to be seen how far the insurgents will fall. As for the Vols, they are good at trolling, winning, and hitting passes home. Expect Tennessee to rank pretty high when Monday morning rolls around.

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John Verrall

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