Vanderbilt shoots back to Tennessee after loss at Music City Bowl

The Vanderbilt Athletics Twitter account threw big shade into Tennessee after their Music City Bowl loss to Purdue.

The Tennessee Volunteers didn’t end 2021 the way they envisioned. They had a chance to make a ball that went wide of the post along the Music City Bowl rules, but it went wide of the right post. After that, they seemed to have scored the goal in extra time, but the referees called the play dead After running again Jaylen Wright seems to have crossed the line. Purdue boiled to score the goal in the next extra time to win 48-45.

As if things couldn’t get worse for Tennessee, their in-state rivals in the Vanderbilt Commodores have cast great shade on them. How so? They point out that they and Purdue won in Nashville this year, while Tennessee did not.

Vanderbilt throws big shade into Tennessee after Music City Bowl loss

Leading to the Music City Bowl, Tennessee actually used Vanderbilt Stadium as their training ground. Volunteer defensive midfielder Matthew Butler shared his thoughts on training at the stadium.

The Commodores are having a down season where they finished with a 2-10 record. In their regular-season final, Vanderbilt was defeated 45-21.

While Purdue was ecstatic with their win-lose match, Vanderbilt was also thrilled to see Tennessee lose in the big game.

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John Verrall

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