There's no love lost between Tennessee fans and Lane Kiffin.
Knoxville attorney Drew McElroy has filed paperwork with the Knoxville City Council's Public Properties and Facilities Naming Committee to rename a waste water treatment plant the "Lane Kiffin Sewage Center," according to the Louisville Courier-Journal.
"It dawned on me -- Lane Kiffin told us that he hoped the fans would understand. I thought 'Well, naming the wastewater plant for him would let him know, I think very clearly, we do understand,'" McElroy told the paper. "We want to memorialize his stay here, and I think this would be doing it appropriately."
Kiffin was the Vols' football coach for just over a year before leaving Tennessee to take the head coaching job at USC.
McElroy told the Courier-Journal he wrote a $262 check for the application fee and mailed it to the City Council's Clerk last week.
"We don't have to rename the entire facility after him, just a part of it," he said.
How would the plan be received by the community at large? One member might offer a clue.
"I think it'd be very fitting," said UT student Paul Mills said, according to the paper. "He's definitely garbage."