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    Fulmer out at TN


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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    To coincide, Steve Alford has scheduled a press conference to announce that he is not a candidate for the Tenn football job.



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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    Any word on the real early candidates?



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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    Clemson cough cough

    Fulmer is proof that coordinators make or break a coach. He did absolutely nothing without David Cudcliffe (coach at Duke) who was his offensive coordinator during the Peyton Manning years and as recently as last year.



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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    I am surprised he lasted as long as he did at Tenn. That league is tough and most schools in that league expect to win it!



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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    That took about two years more then it should have




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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    I assume guys like Mike Leach and Mike Gundy will be candidates at Tennessee, although they are great fits at their current schools. Not sure Gundy would leave, since he's an alum.



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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    Chris Petersen was mentioned as a possible candidate on ESPN.



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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    I don't think Leach would fit in in the "south". Southerners typically have some kind of stigma agaisnt Californians...



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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    Quote Originally Posted by JJ4ISU View Post
    I assume guys like Mike Leach and Mike Gundy will be candidates at Tennessee, although they are great fits at their current schools. Not sure Gundy would leave, since he's an alum.

    Talk this weekend about the Florida Offensive Coord. being high on list of "hot coaches", but I would think the Tenn job would go after a proven head coach.


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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    Leach would be stupid to leave what he has built. He is just getting to the point where they can take down the big dogs.



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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    Leach could keep his same wardrobe.


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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    If Leach wanted to leave he would have gone to UCLA last year and like I said, he won't FIT at Tennessee...



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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    Quote Originally Posted by vanillathrilla View Post
    Leach would be stupid to leave what he has built. He is just getting to the point where they can take down the big dogs.
    Leach is the fifth best paid coach in the Big 12. By considering Tennessee he would likely get a substantial pay raise, and be coaching at a school that has some of the best facilities nationwide (a recruiting advantage).


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    Re: Fulmer out at TN

    Have to give props to Steve Deace. He predicted even with Fulmer's extension at the beginning of the year that he still would not be coaching at Tennessee after this year.


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