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RTT exclusive interview with Bruce Feldman, author of Meat Market

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An exclusive interview with Bruce Feldman, author of Meat Market, from Tennessee Volunteer blog Rocky Top Talk.

When Fulmer assumed the reins of the UT football program in the spring of 1993, the Vols had gone...

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When Fulmer assumed the reins of the UT football program in the spring of 1993, the Vols had gone 53-17-4 over the previous six years under Johnny Majors. That represented a 74.3 winning percentage, and fans expected that Fulmer would maintain that level of success. Instead, Fulmer raised the bar. Between 1993 and 2001, his teams went 91-20 – a winning percentage of 82.0 – and picked up a national title. Expectations skyrocketed, and so did Fulmer's salary. Tennessee's record, however, did not keep pace. From 2002-2007 the Vols went 52-25, a winning percentage of 67.5. As a rule, coaches who win two-thirds of their games do not make $2.99 million per year. The fact UT just gave Fulmer a $940,000 annual raise and an extension through 2014 suggests the administration is expecting the next five years to be better than the previous five.

Scout.com: Great expectations
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