Of course he would.

That’s mighty big of him:  Fulmer tells ESPN that he’s “open to discussing” the Tennessee AD job.

I’m sure that clears up a lot of uncertainty people in Knoxville had about whether he was interested in the position.

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7 responses to “Of course he would.

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    But I presume ESPN went out of its way to ask him that question, so it’s not 100% Fulmer saying the obvious.

  2. TennesseeDawg

    Krispie Kreme stock went up 75%

  3. Scott W.

    If he wasn’t politicking he could have said no comment, but they had a dozen hot and he thought they might take them away.

  4. Mayor of Dawgtown

    If he was not politicking for the job why would he “go over there” (apparently uninvited) to “spend time” there mulling over what was in everybody’s “best interests” in the first place? I hate disingenuous people. Just say you are after the job asshole.

  5. Dog in Fla

    Fulmer tells ESPN that he’s “open to discussing” the Tennessee AD job.

    But not on an empty stomach