Where the bovine ultimately decides to do her business will mean big bucks for the lucky person who bet on that portion of the field.
It's all part of a local charity's Oct. 16 "Cow Drop Raffle" to raise money for equipment to stock the football team's weight lifting room.
The Dandridge event is one of many planned by charities across the state now that the General Assembly has permitted gambling fund-raisers by certain nonprofit organizations.
Seventy-one charities received the OK from the state Senate last week to host events. They likely will be approved next week by the House.
Charities have jumped with enthusiasm — and creativity — on the new way to raise cash, with events ranging from the staid to the quirky to the outright smelly.
I'd hate to be the one to clean up afterward.