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AT LEAST THEY DON'T WANT THEM TO BE THE "TENNESSEE TUXEDOS"
Published August 30, 1995
A survey in the Nashville TENNESSEAN asking for suggestions for a new name for the Oilers if they move to the Music City pegged Tornadoes as the clear winner. Over 200 readers responded to the newspaper's call for a new moniker, with many responses including suggestions for where a new stadium should be built. Other fan favorites for a new name include Pioneers, Players and Frontiersmen (TENNESSEAN, 8/29).