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Phillip Fulmer speaking event in Mt. Juliet rescheduled

Friday’s scheduled event featuring former University of Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer speaking at Victory Baptist Church in Mt. Juliet has been rescheduled because of weather to 6 p.m.  67 more words

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Column: Sometimes, the best coach is the coach you've got

Sometimes, the best coach is the one you’ve already got.

Take Oklahoma.

The Sooners wisely stuck with Bob Stoops, even when many in this what-have-you-done-for-me-lately world questioned whether he was the guy to lead them back to the promised land. 848 more words

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Phillip Fulmer to speak in Mt. Juliet

Former University of Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer will speak at Victory Baptist Church in Mt. Juliet at 6 p.m. Jan. 22.

Fulmer, who coached the Volunteers to a national championship in 1998, is the featured speaker for A Night of Champions, hosted by MWAPevents. 87 more words

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The Third Saturday in October is upon us, let the hate begin

Tennessee hate week is upon us. The rivalry between Alabama and Tennessee may have lost some of its luster nationally due to the recent run of dominance by Alabama, but Tennessee will forever hold a special place of hate in the hearts of Tide fans and that’s how Bear Bryant would want it. 155 more words


Vanderbilt looks past Steve Spurrier resignation

With or without Steve Spurrier on the South Carolina sideline, Vanderbilt does not see Saturday’s game any differently. The same can’t be said for the Gamecocks. 616 more words

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Tennessee football has one strong ally in its corner

Former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer has been in the school’s corner even when the Vols forced him out at the end of the 2008 season. Now he’s still supporting the Vols and says that the fans should still support the team and coach Butch Jones despite a disappointing 2-2 start to the season. 237 more words


If it's UF-UT, the Spirit of Spurrier Always Prevails

Florida hosts the University of Tennessee Saturday. Once upon a time, that meant Steve Spurrier would be in his element.

The undisputed king of college football smack cut his teeth at UF on former UT coach Phillip Fulmer’s backside: 288 more words

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