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I get it you heard this from a UT fan and all and they are really living on lala alnd, but you post it like it may be credible???? Just stop and seriously think about it. This is on par with fellow Bama fans claiming Jimmy Johnson was in town looking for a house.
Gruden will not happen but Dooley will be gone on Monday.
Remember how desperate we were for someone like Saban?
They are more desperate than that. That says a lot! rtr
my sources indicate that Steve Spurrier will be our QB coach next year.
You pay Gruden let's say five million to coach. How much do you have to pay him to recruit and answer calls on Vol calls from those yahoos after a loss? He gets 4.5 for not doing that crap now...
wait I heard he had accepted the Barn job
Just heard Smilin' Bob going as the O fensive coordinator.
His players are hard to beat.
Burn baby burn. & Go to hell tennessee
Does your buddy also believe that rasslin' is real?
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TV contract might not be for long term....... If he were to get long term contract for 5 million a year, who knows, most coaches like to coach... If he does , he does, will make SEC even stronger.... We still have the best coach.
I have no information to refute that claim. Yet, I find it interesting how Tennessee can afford an NFL coach of that caliber considering what I learned from a UT alumn at a pregame tailgate prior to the beat down from the Tide. He said the UT Athletics Dept is strapped for cash and he can't see how they can make the numbers work after Dooley's buyout is paid off.
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