Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 9/7/13
Fall weddings inevitably mean missing out on some football games, but one innovative — and dedicated — couple discovered a way to get married without missing out on a second of the gridiron action. Before the Tennessee Volunteers kicked off at Neyland Stadium this afternoon, a Tennessee couple opted to combine their love of football with their wedding plans by having their ceremony during their tailgate. The newlyweds even got the wedding present they were presumably hoping for as the Vols went on to beat Western Kentucky, 52-20. Check out photos of the wedding from the unlikely venue below. #IDo! RT @LauraLMonroe33: You know youre a true VOL fan when you have a combined tailgate / wedding at the game! #VFL http://t.co/LVKqPsXx8J— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) September 07, 2013 Tennessee gameday tailgate wedding. The bride. http://t.co/IorOsPjiZb— Zackary Peddicord (@PeddiVOL) September 07, 2013 Ladies and gentlemen, there's a wedding currently taking place at a tailgate in Knoxville. @espn @CollegeGameDay http://t.co/bTHJRys6H8— Zackary Peddicord (@PeddiVOL) September 07, 2013 Filed under: College Football, Headlines, NESN Staff

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