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Report: David Cutcliffe to stay at Duke

Phillip Fulmer's ex-offensive coordinator will reportedly say no to Tennessee, making the Vols 0-3 on their first choices and upping the pressure on Mike Hamilton.

GVX: Cutcliffe to Tennessee nearly official

GVX is citing a source in reporting that David Cutcliffe to Tennessee as the Vols' new head football coach is nearly official, barring a last second snag in contract negotiations.

Source: David Cutcliffe to release statement soon

Per an inside source at the Duke Athletic Department, David Cutcliffe is set to make some sort of an announcement shortly. I have reason to believe it has something to do with the Tennessee...

The Pendulum Swings in Knoxville

Why Tennessee's next move may be more Phillip Fulmer than Lane Kiffin.

2008 retrospective: Preseason

RTT's series reviewing the 2008 Tennessee Volunteers football season begins with a discussion of what changed in the preseason, namely that offensive coordinator David Cutcliffe went to Duke, and Phillip Fulmer replaced him with Dave Clawson.

What To Do When Crompton Is Named The Starting Quarterback

The early reports from Tennessee football practice are beginning to suggest that one player is closing in on the starting quarterback role. Who is that player, and what does that mean?

Question of the day: Ainge and the Clawfense or Cutcliffe and Crompton

Which of the following two scenarios would have improved this Season of Constant Sorrow more and why? Erik Ainge returns for another year of eligibility and runs the Clawfense under Dave Clawson. ...

David Cutlciffe is not coming back to Tennessee: Should Tennessee make a change at head coach, and...

David Cutlciffe is not coming back to Tennessee: Should Tennessee make a change at head coach, and that is beginning to look more likely by the day, there has been speculation that David Cutcliffe, who served two terms as the Tennessee OC and is now the head coach at Duke (4-3) might return. It’s understandable that Cutcliffe’s name would come up. Here are the numbers: With Cutcliffe calling the plays, Phillip Fulmer’s teams were 85-19. With somebody else calling the plays, the record is 65-31. But it’s not going to happen. Cutcliffe and Fulmer are very close. The only way Cutcliffe comes back is if Fulmer gave his blessing and convinced him that it was for the good of the program. I know this has become a cutthroat business, but there is still a little loyalty left out there. Isn’t there?

Georgia-Florida IS a BCS elimination game | Mr. College Football

Impressionism and the Clawfense

So here we are, three short days until the circle of life begins anew and football overtakes gardening as the #1 pasttime in the nation.  (I don't know if that's technically true, but I'm sure...

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