Today Show's Al Roker is visiting five universities this week, attempting to break world records, as part of the annual event "Rokerthon." It was this video created by UT student, Altaf Nanavati, that convinced him to stop by Knoxville's University of Tennessee campus.
Al Roker, Today Show staff and 4,000 "Volunteers" succeeded in breaking the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Human Letter by forming an enormous "T" at Neyland Stadium. GO VOLS!
The previous record was set in 2016, when 3,373 people formed a huge "Q" at Queen's University in Kingston, Canada.
Watch the excitement from the event HERE.