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Another good dig by our senior Knoxville correspondent, Stranko Montana, this time concerning a K1 match between Omega Psi Phi's UT chapter and the UT football team-ed.
At the house of University of Tennessee's Omega Psi Phi chapter there was another great example of the second most famous maxim. The most famous of course is "Never get involved in a land war in Asia", but only slightly less known is, "Never mix frat boys and footballers when women are present".

A rumble ensued last Saturday evening between several party-goers and several members of the UT Football team according to the Daily Beacon. The DJ of the party, Antonio Brown, attempted to settle things down by stating "yo, yo, chill out! There is too many females at the party for you all to want to fight.? Players and fratboys disagreed, and continued to brawl.

Although Phil Fulmer was too busy keeping the University from implementing a class attendance requirement for his players to show up on the scene and regulate, the word is Ron Zook is gathering several members of the Illini together for a bus trip to Knoxville to send a message to Fraternity houses everywhere that this kind of insolence will not be tolerated.

Gator fans can't put the knife in Zook enough, eh? "To the last I grapple with thee; from hell's heart I stab at thee; for hate's sake I spit my last breath at thee..."