A host of major programs held their spring games today, but none of them drew the crowd that Ohio State did for its Scarlet-Gray contest. A national-record 99,391 fans packed The Horseshoe to watch the Buckeyes compete against themselves.
That 99,391 figure is one heck of a benchmark for any school to top, but Tennessee defensive line signee Kahlil McKenzie thinks the fans of his future program can do the job. McKenzie posted an open invite (challenge?) on his Instagram tonight, urging Vols' fans to break the record.
The 102, 455 figure that McKenzie used is the capacity of Neyland Stadium, Tennessee's home field. The Volunteers' spring game is one week from today, so we'll see if McKenzie's prodding works.