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Can we get Vonn Bell?
This post was edited by stcburn 17 months ago
Those Who Stay Will Be Championshipless
Supposedly he was a good guy. Long overdue though.
I hoe we get Bell now...
Most predictable result ever.
bell has always been a tennessee fan. it doesn't matter that dooley's gone. the question is who's going to replace him and can vonn bell see himself playing for the new head coach, defensive coordinator and db coach?
tennessee fans are tired of losing. their football and basketball programs are going jokes. the vols will pony up big money to get a good coach. don't be surprised to see them take a shot at duke's david cutliffe, who was an assistant at tennessee for 16 years, was 44-29 at ole miss and has duke eligible for a bowl for the first time since i think spurrier was the head coach there. he coached both peyton and eli manning. after he was fired at ole miss, he was rehired by phillip fulmer as offensive coordinator and led a major turnaround of the Tennessee offense. in 2006, erik ainge ranked among the nation's top 25 passers by yardage and robert meachem had the third-most receiving yards of any player. he's a "tennessee man," has ties to one of the winningest eras in vol football history, and is a proven winner at places were winning's not been very common.
Yeah Bell's recruitment will get a little more interesting now. Let's hope the good guys win out on this one.
+1 good post youngster. lots of good info there....
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