Vols fan gets tattoo of Neyland Stadium map coordinates

Every sports team has their fair share of die-hard fans, but the passion that comes from fans at the collegiate level is rarely matched. Tennessee Volunteers fan Josh Gilreath is the latest example.

Gilreath is a former staff sergeant in the United States Air Force and he should be no stranger to the Vols faithful.

Fans may remember Gilreath for presenting a very special gift to Tennessee head coach Butch Jones. That gift was a Tennessee flag that he carried with him on deployment to over 20 different countries.

Now, Gilreath is getting some attention for a permanent sign of his fandom that he had tattooed on his arm.

In perhaps one of the most unique tattoos we have ever seen from a sports fan, Gilreath decided to have the map coordinates of Neyland Stadium permanently inked on his body.

Check out the photo below:

Staff Sgt Josh Gilreath
Has the coordinates to Neyland Stadium on his arm so he could ALWAYS find his way home #VFL pic.twitter.com/uldwC0e2ZK

— Antone Davis (@Antone_Davis) August 17, 2015

You have to appreciate that kind of dedication. No one can ever question whether Gilreath is a true Vols fan.

Like the tens of thousands of Volunteers fans across the country, you can expect to see Gilreath cheering for his team on Sept. 5 when they open the season against Bowling Green.

[H/T: College Spun]

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