College Gameday Signs Comment On Will Muschamp's Musical Taste

ESPN's College Gameday is in Knoxville, Tenn. for the Tennessee-Florida SEC opener on Saturday and college football fans are in midseason sign-making form. Topics range from music choice, to depths of love for Tennessee figures, and future Gameday sites.

Multiple Vols fans went with the musical theme, with some making an observation on Florida head coach Will Muschamp's taste:

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It also appears that Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley and Muschamp may have a secret garage band:

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Some Tennessee fans wanted to rank some famous figures in terms of how much they love them, with Peyton Manning narrowly losing out on the top spot to Jesus Christ. No word yet how well Jesus threw the deep ball.

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Finally, one Volunteer fan was wondering if Gameday will be making a second trip to the state of Tennessee this season, specifically to see departed Tennessee running back Da'Rick Rodgers.

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The Volunteers face the Gators on Saturday at 6 p.m. ET on ESPN. We can only hope that the quality of play matches the level of the signs outside Neyland Stadium.

Check the national college football scoreboard right here, and look through SB Nation's many excellent college football blogs to find your team's community.

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