One of the greatest ways to honor someone is to dedicate a building, facility, or monument in that person's name.
Peyton Manning Pass, Neyland Stadium, and Phillip Fulmer Way are all dedicated to past Volunteer greats.
However, after abandoning Tennessee in the middle of the night for the West Coast, Lane Kiffin just wants the memory of him down south to be erased.
Knoxville attorney Drew McElroy filed paperwork with the Knoxville City Council's Public Properties and Facilities Naming Committee in order to rename the facility after the "garbage-like" Kiffin.
MeElory chose a short, yet strong, name: The "Lane Kiffin Sewage Center." Most Volunteer fans think it has a nice ring to it.
"I think it'd be very fitting. He's definitely garbage," said UT Student Paul Mills.
Now that the application has been sent in and Vol nation anxiously waits in order to hear back from the city council, other fans are beginning to think along the same lines with them.
There are plenty of bad feelings going around college football nowadays. How about naming a building to make a statement about your current or former head coaches' glaring flaw or bump in the road?
Here would be the newest requests for a name change, or even a new construction project, in order to do just that.