The Tennessee Volunteers’ 2015 season was not a bad one, finishing with a 9-4 record. The team dealt with tough losses by the slightest of points, losing to Arkansas, Florida, Oklahoma and Alabama by a total margin of just 17.
In a pair of those contests, the Vols were up in the fourth-quarter, including a loss by just one point to the Gators.
When the Cleveland Cavaliers took on the Golden State Warriors in the second event of the NBA Finals last night, they didn’t appear to have the same sort of problems the Vols had last season. The team lost miserably, trailing by 20 points in the fourth quarter and finishing the game 3o points behind the Warriors.
But this obviously didn’t mean much to Florida defensive back Jalen Tabor, who took a jab at one of his SEC rivals when the game ended.
Vols fans took no time at all to react, making it known that Tabor was absent when the Gators defeated Tennessee in the past season. Tabor missed the game due to a suspension that resulted because of a failed drug test earlier on.
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