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A Knoxville bail bondsman decided to show his support for the Tennessee Volunteers on his highway billboard, although it is unlikely the university is very appreciative of his support.

By Extra Mustard
September 12, 2014

A Knoxville bail bondsman decided to show his support for the Tennessee Volunteers on his highway billboard, although it is unlikely the university is very appreciative of his support.

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The company's website states, "No one wants to be in jail a second longer than they have to," which is definitely true, but the school's athletic department would prefer their players take more of a "Don't get arrested in the first place" attitude.

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