Fulmer to stay at Tennessee as special assistant to university president
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer will be a special assistant to university president John Petersen for three months.
Fulmer will be paid $12,500 a month between Dec. 1 and Feb. 28 to help with "developing and enhancing strategic relationships for the university," Petersen said in a statement.
The salary will be funded by private dollars. Fulmer, who is to receive a total of $6 million in the next four years as part of his coaching contract buyout, also will ...
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Tennessee's Phil Fulmer stepped down as the Volunteers' head coach at the conclusion of the season. As a player, assistant and head coach, Fulmer was on the sideline for 422 Tennessee games dating back to 1968. Story ... Watch
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