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Phillip Fulmer
Title Head Coach
Tennessee Record 152–52
Born September 1, 1950
Place of birth Winchester, Tennessee
Career highlights
Overall Record 152–52
Bowl Record 8–7
Championships
1997 SEC Championship
1998 SEC Championship
1998 National Championship
Awards
1998 Eddie Robinson Award
1998 The Home Depot Coach of the Year Award
Playing career
1968-71 University of Tennessee
Position Offensive Guard
Coaching career
1992-2008

1989-1991

1980-1988

1979

1974-1978
University of Tennessee
- Head Coach
University of Tennessee
- Offensive Coordinator
University of Tennessee
- Assistant Coach
Vanderbilt University
- Assistant Coach
Wichita State University
- Offensive Line Coach
- Linebackers Coach

Phillip Fulmer (born September 1, 1950) is the head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers college football team. He has coached the team since the 1992 season. He resigned on November 3, 2008, although he will remain in his current position through the end of the 2008 season. He is best known for coaching the Volunteers to the national championship in 1998, with Tee Martin at quarterback. Fulmer is the school's 20th head football coach.

Head coaching recordEdit

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl Coaches# AP°
1992 Tennessee 4–0* 2-0* W Hall of Fame 12 12
1993 Tennessee 10–2 7-1 T-1st (East) † L Florida Citrus 11 12
1994 Tennessee 8–4 5-3 2nd (East) W Gator 18 22
1995 Tennessee 11–1 7-1 2nd (East) W Florida Citrus 2 3
1996 Tennessee 10–2 7-1 2nd (East) W Florida Citrus 9 9
1997 Tennessee 11–2 7-1 1st (East) L Orange 8 7
1998 Tennessee 13–0 8-0 1st (East) W Fiesta 1 1
1999 Tennessee 9–3 6-2 2nd (East) L Fiesta 9 9
2000 Tennessee 8–4 5-3 T-2nd (East) L Cotton 25 NR
2001 Tennessee 11–2 7-1 1st (East) W Florida Citrus 4 4
2002 Tennessee 8–5 5–3 3rd L Peach NR NR
2003 Tennessee 10–3 6–2 T-1st (East) † L Peach 16 15
2004 Tennessee 10–3 7–1 1st (East) W Cotton 15 13
2005 Tennessee 5–6 3–5 T-4th (East) NR NR
2006 Tennessee 9–4 5–3 2nd (East) L Outback 23 25
2007 Tennessee 10–4 6–2 T-1st (East) W Outback 12 12
2008 Tennessee 5–7 3–5 6th (East) NR NR
Total: 152–52 99-34
      National Championship         SEC Championship         SEC East Championship
#Rankings from final Coaches Poll of the season.

*Johnny Majors coached 8 games during the 1992 season.
Missed spot in SEC championship game due to tiebreaker.

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