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Phillip Fulmer discusses Rick Barnes remaining at Tennessee

KNOXVILLE — Tennessee Director of Athletics Phillip Fulmer met with media Tuesday to discuss the UT basketball program and head coach Rick Barnes.

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As UCLA tries to lure Rick Barnes, issues in the Tennessee Athletics Department emerge.

One of the immediate questions to emerge from reports Rick Barnes was a finalist for the UCLA job was “Why would Rick Barnes want to take over UCLA?”.  579 more words

Vol baseball: Phillip Fulmer, Jeremy Pruitt to throw out first pitch

KNOXVILLE — The annual Orange and White spring football game will take place April 13.

The game will begin at 6 p.m. ET at Neyland Stadium. 74 more words

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Phillip Fulmer asks to ‘fly the flag all the time’ in Memphis

MEMPHIS – Tennessee’s director of athletics Phillip Fulmer addressed a crowd of Vol supporters in Memphis following National Signing Day.

Highly-touted prospects Henry To’oto’o and Darnell Wright signed on National Signing Day, adding their names to a list of other UT signees during the Early Signing Period. 100 more words


Highlights from UT's Memphis National Signing Day celebration

MEMPHIS — Tennessee’s National Signing Day celebration continued Thursday at the Memphis Hilton.

Highlights of the event included comments by head coach Jeremy Pruitt, offensive coordinator Jim Chaney and former UT national championship quarterback and assistant Tee Martin. 246 more words


Pruitt: 'I’m excited to welcome back Tee Martin as one of our assistant coaches'

KNOXVILLE – The University of Tennessee has officially announced the hiring of Tee Martin as an assistant coach.

Martin’s specific duties have yet to be determined. 232 more words


Ryan Bolinger details working with Cutcliffe, Clawson and Chaney at UT

KNOXVILLE — Ryan Bolinger serves as head coach for Concord Christian’s middle school football team.

Concord Christian is in a process of restoring their varsity high school football team by fielding a middle school team in 2018, a JV team in 2019, before fielding a varsity team in 2020. 731 more words