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Per ESPN: KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Dan Ellington threw two touchdown passes and ran for a third score as 26-point underdog Georgia State upset Tennessee 38-30 on Saturday in one of the first stunners of the college football season.

Georgia State (1-0) beat a Power Five opponent for the first time since this Sun Belt Conference school launched its program in 2010. The Panthers' closest call before this had come in 2016, when they lost 23-17 to Wisconsin after leading in the fourth quarter. Read more.

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Originally published on SECRant.com

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16 Comments
Georgia St should play "Rocky Top" for their Home Games until Tenn can beat em.
Reply19 months
There's so much good stuff in that photo.
Reply19 months
Tennessee, when are y'all going to get your shite together?
Reply19 months
Tennessee is garbage program
Reply20 months
damn, wish I woulda bet the money line on that.
Reply20 months
You can throw out the records come the Third Saturday in October. That’s a storied game between two historic rivals that MUST be preserved. Never an easy game!
Reply20 months
Fake news
20 months
Right
20 months
Meanwhile, LSU-Florida is a permanent cross-division rivalry that is between equals. Sheesh. Gimme a break, Sankey.
20 months
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Could be worse, Vols...Moo State has a turnover chain.
Reply20 months
Tennessee football program is the Nebraska of the south. Dead.
Reply20 months
Nebraska is WAAAAAAY better than Tennessee's pathetic azz. Nebraska is ranked.
20 months
"Nebraska is WAAAAAAY better than Tennessee's pathetic azz. Nebraska is ranked"..... as if rankings matter at this point in the season. Nebraska got outplayed at home by South Alabama (3-9 last season). It took two defensive TDs and a punt return TD for Nebraska to win that one. They only gained 276 yards of offense. Nebraska's not good at all.
19 months
Asparagus.
Reply20 months
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