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Tennessee sends out embarrassing email to boosters about SEC Championship Game Tyler Lecka/Getty Images
COLUMBIA, SC - OCTOBER 29: Joshua Dobbs #11 of the Tennessee Volunteers reacts after throwing an interception in the fourth quarter against the South Carolina Gamecocks during their game at Williams-Brice Stadium on October 29, 2016 in Columbia, South Carolina. (Photo by Tyler Lecka/Getty Images)

Tennessee is feeling kind of good after beating Kentucky 49-36 on Saturday and it seems the school is getting a little cocky. According to 247Sports, the school sent out an email to boosters telling them how to get tickets to the SEC Championship despite the fact that Tennessee is not atop the SEC East and is not the representative for the game right now.

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No person is being allowed to order more than eight tickets, but the Vols still have to beat Missouri and Vanderbilt to close out the season and hope that Florida loses to LSU this coming weekend to even get into the SEC Championship. The Vols haven’t gone to the SEC Championship Game since  2007 and haven’t won since 1998 when they won the first BCS Championship.

[h/t Saturday Down South]

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