A math teacher, and presumed Tennessee fan, used the final play of the Tennessee-Georgia game to teach his students a lesson.
The Tennessee Volunteers used a last-ditch Hail Mary to defeat the Georgia Bulldogs with no time left on the clock this past Saturday. It was a learning experience for Georgia's players and fans. The game isn't over until the fat lady sings.
Well, one teacher used the final play of the game to teach his students what happens when Josh Dobbs tosses a 43-yard bomb to Jauan Jennings.
Tennessee and Georgia fans know the end result, even if the equation isn't mathematically accurate. Brad Peters added a little salt to the wound of Georgia fans who thought their team had a huge win over the Volunteers wrapped up. A three point lead with just 10 seconds on the clock, the game should have been over.
But then Brad Peters' equation happened, and the Vols walked away victorious.
The win was improbable, almost impossible. And Georgia fans did not take it well. One Volunteer took to Twitter to share his history professor's misfortune.
The Vols remain undefeated and sit at No. 9 in the country.
UPDATE: The initial tweet came from Joe Byrd, not Brad Peters.
Different tweet, same result. Tennessee with the walk-off.