More proof that if you live long enough you'll see anything. We're talking Saturday morning's marriage of Vanderbilt and ESPN's "College GameDay." Outside of the slim chance of the GameDay bus breaking down, who could have imagined a stop in Nashville?
But the Commodores, flying high at 4-0, were out in force to show their spirit before Bobby Johnson's team took on Auburn.
Wiz correspondent Greg made the trek to Nashville to get in on the festivities and although most of the fans were smiling, others felt like telling the world to shove it. Have to love the feisty attitude.
Fans began lining up at 6 a.m. This sign spelled out prohibited items. Somebody added "No Auburn."
Plenty of other signs were on display. Lee Corso remains a popular target.
Tennessee also felt the wrath of Vandy fans, as did the economy. Will the passage of the bailout bill help Auburn's offense?
Fans were urging Corso to put on the head of mascot Mr. C., signifying his choice of the Commodores to defeat the Tigers.
Corso must have spotted Greg in the crowd.
Really, no caption is necessary.
Mr. C., named for Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt, who founded Vanderbilt in 1873, took time out from his busy schedule to make an appearance.