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Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley made two statements Friday night in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. One was leading the Volunteers to a 35-21 beating of North Carolina State. The other was yet another football fashion statement in the tradition of the Tennessee Airflo hat and the orange pants - the oversized, untucked zipper polo shirt.
Obviously, being on the Hot Seat isn't stopping His Hairness from being fashion forward. He's also sporting an additional button-down polo under the zipper polo, which is an obvious Total Frat Move. Dooley makes sure to cover all the corners of football fashion. Too bad he couldn't do something about that compression shirt Vols QB Tyler Bray was wearing.
Underarm checkerboard? Somedays, I don't even think Adidas is even trying.
(via @SDS (Saturday Down South on Twitter)
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