Greatest Tennessee Football Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Tennessee history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1998 National Championship Game vs Florida State - The '98 Vols
1998 Regular Season vs Florida - Pandemonium Reigns
1986 Sugar Bowl vs Miami - The "U", Who?
2016 Regular Season vs Georgia - Hail The Comeback

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1998 National Championship Game
The '98 Vols
Tennessee vs Florida State
23 - 16
Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, AZ
En route to a 13-0 season and a national title, Tennessee beat eight bowl teams, 4 top-ten teams, ended their losing streak against Florida and cemented themselves as one of the greatest college teams in history. It was capped off by a 4th quarter 79-yard touchdown to seal the win and the title.
1998 Regular Season
Pandemonium Reigns
Tennessee vs Florida
20 - 17
Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, TN
Five straight losses set the scene as Tennessee faced the 2nd ranked team in the nation. In overtime, Florida's kicker would miss wide left and the losing streak was snapped. Fans stormed the field and tore down the goalposts. A massive highlight of the '98 title winning season - pandemonium reigns.
1986 Sugar Bowl
The "U", Who?
Tennessee vs Miami
35 - 7
Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA
The 80's and 90's saw a dominant Miami team make their mark in college football history. When Tennessee played them in the 1986 Sugar Bowl, the media, and most of america, gave them no chance to win. Miami would secure the national title after their bowl victory. It was a done deal - or was it?
2016 Regular Season
Hail The Comeback
Tennessee vs Georgia
34 - 31
Sanford Stadium, Athens, GA
Having trailed earlier in the game 17-0, Tennesee came back against Georgia only for the opposition to score a 47 yard touchdown with 10 seconds remaining. It seemed like the game was lost until a 43 yard hail mary was caught as time expired to give Tennessee the victory. "Indescribable"