All head coaches have to send the message "No one is bigger than the team" sooner or later. Tennessee head man Lane Kiffin chose sooner.
He got a second chance from Phillip Fulmer. He got a third chance from Lane Kiffin. He won't get a fourth chance.
One Tennessee football player feels "like a little kid" as Monday's opener approaches. Fortunately, he no longer acts like one.
August 27, 2008
Last spring, having flunked out of school, he was nowhere to be found on Tennessee's campus. Last Saturday, however, he was EVERYWHERE.
August 11, 2008
For one Tennessee Vol, the road to redemption ran from Pellissippi State Community College to the University of Tennessee.
Recording a sack and an interception in a spring scrimmage isn't such a big deal ... unless it's your first sack and your first interception in more than a year. Then it's cause for celebration.
Demetrice Morley wasn't taking his school work seriously enough, so he was "schooled" by Phillip Fulmer on Saturday night. Tennessee's head coach benched his starting free safety for the first half of the South Carolina game as punishment for cutting class.
October 30, 2006
Demetrice Morley might be the most talented athlete on Tennessee's entire football team. Still, he was a non-factor in September. In Game 5 at Memphis, for instance, his stat line showed one tackle and nothing else.
October 27, 2006