Not only will you find orange blanketing Rocky Top this Saturday for the UT-Florida game, you can expect plenty of blue too, not from the Florida Gators -- but police.
Extra patrols, from University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Knox County, and the Tennessee Highway Patrol will be in and around Neyland Stadium for the annual rivalry game.
"It is important that all fans have a safe experience while they're at the stadium," said UTPD Lt. Emily Simerly.
While details on what other security measures could not be released, Lt. Simerly said the 102,000 fans coming to Neyland Stadium, and security for ESPN's College GameDay broadcast from Circle Park on campus only means more security.
However, authorities warn one other thing: storming the field will not be tolerated. UTPD said rumors of this came up on Facebook earlier Wednesday.
"Because of that, we have stepped up our efforts because it's important for us that all fans have a safe experience while they're at the stadium," Lt. Simerly added.
When UT won against Florida in 1998, fans raided Shields-Watkins Field.
"There were numerous people who were injured after that incident, and we're trying to keep that from happening again," said Knoxville Police spokesperson Darrell DeBusk.
Anyone caught entering the field will be arrested and charged with aggravated criminal trespassing. Anyone caught enticing someone else to enter the field will also be arrested and charged with inciting a riot. Any students arrested will also possibly face UT Judicial Affairs.
Also, the University could face fines with the SEC if anyone is caught on the field. According to a spokesperson with the conference, fines go from $5,000 to $50,000 depending on the number of occurrences.