Tennessee head coach Phillip Fulmer announced late Tuesday night
disciplinary action against student-athletes Daniel Brooks and Corey
Campbell. Fulmer has suspended both players for one game and removed them
from scholarship for the second semester of summer school.
''Daniel and Corey did not take care of their personal business in a timely
fashion and were not appropriate representatives of the Tennessee football
program,'' Fulmer said. ''They had citations that showed their immaturity
and they did not take care of them in a timely and proper fashion leading
to these disciplinary actions.
''It probably is naive to think there never will be some issues of this
nature. However, stupid and irresponsible behavior is not a sign of a mature
person. I hope that requiring them to get a job during the second term
allows them to further appreciate what an education and the value of a
scholarship means to them.''
Brooks already had been suspended for two games. This latest disciplinary
action prohibits him from playing in the first three games of the season.