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The position of Phil Fulmer on this list may take some heat, but he's a solid number two. As his forced departure from Knoxville moves further into the past, he is likely becoming more and more appreciated each mediocre season.
Fulmer brought the Volunteers their first true national title since 1951, which was the very first of the BCS era, beating a strong FSU team under Bobby Bowden in the Fiesta Bowl.
Though Phillip Fulmer's career had some tough times, there is no doubt that he is one of the top coaches in the long and storied history of Tennessee football.
Stats at Tennessee:
17 seasons, 152–52 overall, 98–34 SEC, 8-7 in bowls
National Championship — 1998
SEC Championships — 1997, 1998
SEC East Championships — 1997, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007
SEC Coach of the Year — 1998
Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year — 1998
George Munger Award — 1998
Home Depot Coach of the Year — 1998
Sporting News Coach of the Year — 1998
Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame — 2001