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John Chavis trash talks Neyland stadium, gets lit up by Vols fans Otto Greule Jr./Getty Images
SEATTLE - SEPTEMBER 5: Defensive coordinator John Chavis of the LSU Tigers looks on during pre-game warm-up against the Washington Huskies on September 5, 2009 at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington. The LSU Tigers defeated the Washington Huskies 31-23. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Current Texas A&M defensive coordinator John Chavis is liking his team’s matchup with Tennessee this weekend in College Station. He thinks that the home field advantage will certainly help his team and Kyle Field is pretty great. But Chavis also worked at Tennessee from 1989 to 2008 and it seems he’s already forgotten how great Neyland has been.

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“The Chief” took some much deserved shots on Twitter for that one and here are some of  the responses.

Sounds like #VolsTwitter is pretty angry about Chavis forgetting all the good times they had together. I might feel the same way if I were a part of this band of merry Twitterers. Chavis was a part of the 1998 coaching staff that won the first BCS National Championship and was a player for the Vols in the late 1970s. He should know better than to say any field is better than Neyland.

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