- Tennessee baseball assistant Ross Kivett was ejected after throwing a fit in the College World Series.
- He threw a binder and used some very colorful vocabulary.
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Tennessee baseball assistant coach Ross Kivett was arguing balls and strikes in Tuesday’s elimination game at the College World Series and got tossed. The reaction that followed was all-time. He flipped his lid, threw a binder and had some very choice words for the umpire.
Vols ass't coach Ross Kivett absolutely lost his s*** at one of the umpires and was tossed, he wanted to fight pic.twitter.com/x7Ia23FOLX
— CJ Fogler #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) June 22, 2021
— Trey Wallace (@TreyWallace_) June 22, 2021
Kivett is listed as the volunteer assistant coach and camp coordinator on the UT site. He also probably coaches one of the bases.
The Vols lost to the Texas Longhorns 8-4 and are eliminated. I live in Tennessee and Peyton Manning was trending after being at the game in Omaha.
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) June 22, 2021
I clicked on the topic and here is what I found. Apparently there is such a thing as a Peyton Manning curse. I guess it means getting close but not ever winning a ring? I don’t really get it because he has one, but whatever.
Peyton Manning is in attendance.. it’s been a good run
— Swagger of Tennessee (@SwaggerofUT) June 22, 2021
The only way to truly test the Peyton Manning Curse is for Peyton to come to a game in any sport where Tennessee is favored by like a million points/runs.
— Wes Rucker (@wesrucker247) June 23, 2021
I don’t want to hear anyone deny the Peyton Manning curse anymore
— Deanna Cooper (@DeannaBrookeC) June 22, 2021
The Peyton Manning curse is real. KEEP HIM AWAY
— Caitlin (@caitnoelleault) June 22, 2021
Only a fucking curse from Peyton Manning would allow bases loaded no outs and not being able to score
— Justin ⚡️ (@JustinC34_) June 22, 2021
Curse or not, they’re out. To make matters worse, their head coach could be headed to LSU. In fact, it’s very possible after his impressive turnaround of the program.
“No, I have not had zero…”
— Rivers Hughey (@RivsHughey) June 23, 2021
Tough day to be a Vol and therefore a great day for the rest of the world.