Jeremy Pruitt: Tennessee soccer coach and vogue icon.
The Vols’ head coach turned heads Saturday not just for his 14th-ranked group’s play on the sphere towards Georgia, but in addition due to the . . . peculiar method he wore his face overlaying, which was necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a memo issued by the SEC, faculties with coaches or employees who fail to put on masks on the sideline will probably be fined $100,000 for every occasion of noncompliance.
Pruitt appears to have taken that warning to coronary heart, as evidenced by this face overlaying:
And, hey, it even matches Tennessee’s iconic checkerboard finish zones. While it is easy to poke enjoyable at Pruitt’s unorthodox face overlaying, at the least he is taking coronavirus protocols critically (at the least, when his masks truly lined his mouth and nostril).
Pruitt’s distinctive look prompted fairly a response from Twitter, which could not fairly imagine what it was seeing: