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Tennessee Vols AD Phillip Fulmer receives four-year contract worth $1M annually

Tennessee athletic director Phillip Fulmer has received a four-year contract worth more than $1 million annually, the university announced Thursday.

Fulmer had been working as an at-will employee since… 603 more words

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Phillip Fulmer hoping for big turnout at UT Vols spring game and golf outing

Tennessee athletic director Phillip Fulmer has spent many afternoons at Haslam Field this spring, watching as first-year coach Jeremy Pruitt works with the Vols.

“I love going to practice and watching,” Fulmer said. 519 more words

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What advice did Tennessee Vols coach Jeremy Pruitt receive from his wife?

Casey Pruitt offered her husband some advice last weekend: When it comes to body language, practice what you preach.

Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Vols' baseball doubleheader against Florida on Sunday. 609 more words

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Analysis: What we know about Tennessee Vols football, what we think we know and a prediction

Watch as Al Wilson replaces Butch Jones on Neyland Stadium’s video board

A time lapse video of Tennessee linebacker Al Wilson’s photo replacing former head coach Butch Jones on the Neyland Stadium video board. 1,272 more words

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UT Vols spring game: What you need to know

Tennessee fans wanting to get autographs from Vols players will have to wait a few months.

First-year coach Jeremy Pruitt will transition the autograph session, which had been part of the spring game festivities in past years, to preseason camp. 552 more words

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VFLs, high school coaches could help Jeremy Pruitt unite Vols fans better than Butch Jones

In Jeremy Pruitt’s introductory press conference, Tennessee’s new football coach talked about the importance of everybody pulling together in the same direction. And he meant everybody — players, coaches, university employees and fans. 638 more words

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UT Vols get commitment from LeDarrius Cox, defensive tackle from Alabama

Tennessee gained a commitment Wednesday from three-star defensive tackle LeDarrius Cox from McGill-Toolen Catholic High School in Mobile, Ala.

He's the fourth player to commit to Tennessee's 2019 class and the first defensive lineman to join the ranks. 417 more words

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