College football made a record last night with the most ever “in-person” watched game in history.
The Tennessee Volunteers took on Virginia Tech at Bristol Motor Speedway on the eve of the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks.
Event planners spared No expense to make this the most pro-America game, ever. Perhaps it was a slap in the face of the NFL and players like the 49er’s Colin Kaepernick who’ve chosen not to stand during the playing of the national anthem before games. Or maybe they were just feeling patriotic in light of 9-11. Whatever it was, it was EPIC.
According to ESPN, 156,990 people attended the event.
The pre-game celebrations started with country singer Lee Greenwood belted out his song, God Bless The USA for the record setting crowd. There wasn’t a single person at the raceway who wasn’t singing along. Attendees posted videos of the awe-inspiring moment on social media.
— Harrison Barron (@Harrison_TN) September 11, 2016
The singing of the national anthem was no more epic.
One Twitter user posted, “150,000 people standing and singing the nation anthem. Not one idiot sitting or kneeling.”
— greg gerald (@greggerald) September 11, 2016
One fan even held a “Trump for Heisman” sign.
— Everything TN (@Everything_TN) September 10, 2016
Surely crybaby NFL players took note of the number of people who are “proud to be Americans” and who don’t think they are “oppressed” in the greatest country in the world.
Today, the entire Seattle Seahawks team may sit during the singing of the national anthem. The NFL threatened to fine any players wearing apparel that honors the victims of the 9-11 terror attacks.
The NFL allows Colin Kaepernick to wear anti-cop pig socks, yet stopped the Dallas Cowboys from wearing decals on their helmets honoring the 5 Dallas police officers who were slain by a Black Lives Matter terrorist.
The NFL & its players better wake up quick as most Americans find their actions deplorable as can be seen from the patriotism displayed in the videos from yesterday’s Tennessee Volunteers vs Virginia Tech game.
If they don’t, the NFL may find itself with only America haters watching their games, and eventually, be replaced with a league that still believes in this country, its servicemen & women, and its men and women in blue.
Go America. Go Trump. Go Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard. And NFL? Go f-ck yourselves.