The University of Tennessee broke the world record for the largest human letter

Students of the University of Tennessee broke a world record in Neyland Stadium. Photo by Knoxnews – Brianna Paciorka 

NBC’s “Today” show was in Tennessee this morning promoting weatherman Al Roker’s “Rokerthon” the tour of campuses across the country. Al and his crew were at the University of Tennessee inside of Neyland Stadium to try and break the largest human record.

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College students rolled out of bed at 5:30 to get on National Television and pack the “Power T” with more than 4,000 people. The previous record was 3,373. The total that showed up in the morning hours was 4,223 people breaking the world record for the largest human letter.

Roker helped students at the University of Oklahoma on Monday set two Guinness World Records for the largest human cloud and thunderbolt. On Tuesday he was at Northern Michigan University on Tuesday for the largest game of freeze tag with another record.

Main Photo by: Brianna Paciorka @bpaciorka of  

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