HOOVER – Here's a look at the day Tennessee Head Coach Phillip Fulmer and the Vols had at the SEC's…
Fulmer Says He Is Ready to Battle Against Cheating
Hoover, Ala.--A defiant Phillip Fulmer came out in an attack mode as he resumed making his annual appearance at SEC Media Days after being absent in 2004. The dean of the SEC's head football head coaches, Fulmer made it clear he has no regrets about his actions that helped land the University of Alabama football program on NCAA probation. The University of Tennessee head coach said he wants to make sure there is no cheating on the recruiting front going on in his state and the actions he has taken were for the good of college football. Fulmer was fined by SEC commissioner Mike Slive for skipping the SEC Media Days last year on the advice of his attorney because of legal proceedings in the state courts in Alabama. Fulmer avoided coming into Alabama to avoid having to get a deposition in a lawsuit involving the University of Alabama's NCAA probation. "As I have said to everyone as we have gone through the day, I am really glad to be back in Birmingham and representing my school and...
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