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Phillip Fulmer In ‘Good Spirits’ After Undergoing Medical Procedure Thursday

Former Tennessee football coach and athletic director Phillip Fulmer is in “good spirits” after undergoing a medical procedure Thursday morning, the Fulmer family released in a statement. “Phillip underwent a medical procedure Thursday at UT Medical Center,” the statement reads. “He is alert and in good spirits and will remain at the hospital for a […]

Eric Berry To Be Inducted Into College Football Hall Of Fame


Former Tennessee safety Eric Berry was selected to the 2023 College Football Hall of Fame Class Monday afternoon. Berry was a two-time First Team All-American and a Jim Thorpe Award winner in his three year Tennessee career from 2007-09. “Eric earned his way into the Hall of Fame by his great ability to run, tackle, […]

Former Tennessee Coordinator Joining SEC Office’s Staff

Tee Martin

NCAA Basketball: #1s to Final Four? Legendary offensive coordinator and former Ole Miss and Duke head coach David Cutcliffe is joining the Southeastern Conference league office as a Special Assistant to the Commissioner for Football Relations. “David Cutcliffe has earned tremendous respect across the college football community and he adds to the SEC office a […]

Fulmer, Barnes Strike Back At Pruitt Over Allegations Of Wrongdoings

Former Tennessee football coach and director of athletics Phillip Fulmer fired back at Jeremy Pruitt and his lawyer, who implied Fulmer and Tennessee’s upper administration were involved in illegal recruiting actions. “The days I interviewed each candidate for the head football coaching position at the University of Tennessee, including Jeremy Pruitt, I emphasized that you […]

Pruitt, Tennessee Fire At Each Other Over Termination

Jeremy Pruitt

Former Tennessee football coach Jeremy Pruitt and his lawyer Michael Lyons have threatened Tennessee with a lawsuit if the two sides can’t reach a settlement on the coach’s termination from the University in January. The University of Tennessee fired Pruitt with cause due to NCAA violations after the former Alabama defensive coordinator posted a 16-19 […]

Heupel Looking To Clear Hurdles His Predecessors Couldn’t Against Pitt

Josh Heupel

Josh Heupel is the fifth coach in Knoxville trying to replicate the stability and success Johnny Majors and Phillip Fulmer provided for a combined 31 years. Now, 13 years after the latter coach was fired, Heupel looks to do what his four predecessors couldn’t in the game named after Majors.  Lane Kiffin, Derek Dooley, Butch […]

Former Tennessee Coordinator Inducted Into Greater Knoxville Sports Hall Of Fame

Tee Martin

Former Tennessee offensive coordinator David Cutcliffe was inducted into the Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame, Tuesday night at the Knoxville Convention Center. The 40th Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame honored Cutcliffe as well as seven other Knoxville icons. Cutcliffe was an assistant football coach at Tennessee from 1982-98 and a second stint from […]

Peyton Manning Thanks Tennessee in Hall of Fame Speech

Peyton Manning Hall of Fame

During the Pro Football Hall of Fame bust reveal and induction ceremony, Peyton Manning shared his thanks to the University of Tennessee and tipped his cap to the people of Tennessee in a touching speech. “In college at my beloved alma mater, the University of Tennessee, football gave me a platform to help me grow […]

Mike Leach Says Tennessee Job Fell Through After “Coup D’etat”

Mike Leach Tennessee

Mike Leach, the current head coach of the Mississippi State Bulldogs football program, recently spoke at SEC Media Days on Wednesday and referenced the time that he was a candidate for the Tennessee job in 2017. “I talked to Tennessee,” Leach said at SEC Media Days. “Nothing ever got nailed down. Then pretty soon they […]