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Mark Hancock is a seventh-generation East Tennessean, a native of Knoxville, a lifetime Holston Hills resident, and a three-time graduate of The University of Tennessee, having earned the B.S. (cum laude), M.B.A., and J.D. degrees.
A former attorney, realtor, and professional sports agent, Hancock is a consultant, investor, and manages the rentals of his mountaintop and beachfront vacation resort villas.
He serves on many Boards of Directors, Governors, and Trustees of non-profit charitable agencies and organizations, including colleges, and is active in lobbying government groups and in his church and community. He writes opinion commentaries on various sports and political topics, and also comments on places to which he travels leisurely and on business to see sports events.
I would really like a copy of the article bleacher report pulled so my friends can read it. anyway to get a copy of that ? it was the best most truthful article i've ever read?
Just read your column on Bruce Pearl from December 23, where you seemingly add credence to the myth that Pearl was"blackballed for doing the right thing," referencing his allegations against Illinois in 1989.
I assume you are aware that NONE of the allegations Pearl made were found to be credible. Making false claims against a conference opponent as revenge for losing a recruiting battle should never be considered "doing the right thing." He is a pathological liar, and I am enjoying his public humiliation. Karma, indeed, is a bitch.