The Rise and Fall of Tennessee Football

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The Rise and Fall of Tennessee Football

Once upon a time, in 1998, the Tennessee Volunteers ruled the world. They were BCS champs, completing a 13-0 season capped with a victory over Bobby Bowden's Seminoles in the Fiesta Bowl.

That proved to be the height of coach Phil Fulmer's success at UT, and the Volunteer football program soon after began its descent into mediocrity, culminating in the hire of Lane Kiffin.

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