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Math teacher uses Tennessee-Georgia finale as a teaching opportunity

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Remember sitting in math class and having the professor blather on about slope and solving for the unknown? Well, maybe if more math teachers used real-life examples, students would be more inclined to pay attention.

That’s exactly what one professor, and apparent Volunteers fan has done.

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So…it’s not actual math. There’s nothing to solve for or add or subtract or plot on grid. But it sure is a clever burn to any Bulldog fans. If only this were all there were to algebra, long-form dissing and watching football.

In this weekend’s SEC clash, the Georgia Bulldogs seemed set to walk off the field with a victory over the undefeated Tennessee Volunteers. In a game that Georgia led by 17 points with 2-minutes left in the first half, it shouldn’t have gotten this close to begin with. But just as they did the week prior, Tennessee mounted an incredible second-half comeback and won the game on a 43-yard touchdown toss as time expired.

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