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Mine was an overflowing auditorium that required students to be turned away. When John Currie and the Haslam family attempted on Sunday to ram through Greg Schiano as the next Tennessee football coach, the fan base collectively stood up and said this was an unacceptable hire.I’ve never hidden this fact or disguised it and this certainly doesn’t mean I don’t root for players, coaches or teams I also like over the years at different schools, but deep down, long before I ever thought about where I would go to school or what college even was, I was a University of Tennessee fan.