Butch Jones hasn't been the head football coach at the University of Tennessee for two months, but his picture remains on the back of the video board at Neyland Stadium.
Since October 2014, fans have looked up from Neyland Drive and seen the then-Vols head coach.
Jones was fired on Nov. 12, but two months later, his picture hasn't been taken down.
The Vol Network is in charge of changing the pictures on the back of the video board. Steve Early with the Vol Network told 10News there are a lot of challenges when it comes to changing it, and they've been working on it for months.
UT Chancellor Beverly Davenport recently replied to a tweet about the situation, asking fans to "please hang on, a crane has been ordered."
Athletics Director Phillip Fulmer talked briefly about the photo when asked about it in a recent interview with WBIR sports anchor Patrick Murray.
Fulmer said he and the administration are discussing potential replacement photos for that spot on the video board, and want the process sped up as quickly as possible.
"We're discussing all that right now. That's not an easy process. There's mechanical things involved to take that down. It's not just taking down a picture off the wall," Fulmer said.
So we're still at square one, at least for now—the picture is still there, visible to all of Knoxville.
UT officials didn't have an exact timeline for when the photo would be removed, but said the process could get started in early February.