Tennessee too far gone from former glory to be considered challenge for Gamecocks
Tennessee running back Arian Foster recently declined any interviews unless they were conducted in pterodactyl.
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#1 Nov 1, 2008
Get over the pterodactyl and focus on the real cause of Tennessee's demise. Could it be that Fulmer chose to let the offensive coaches go to bring in new ones. Makes sense with the winning season they had last year. Now 10 returning offensive players are having to learn from new coaches. The defensive players have been stepping up. And what about Arian. Has anyone stopped to question why a senior player who needed less than 700 yards for the season to break the all-time record has carried the ball less than 10 times a game. Sounds like sad coaching that needs a new language. Sounds like it should be Fulmer's last season. Maybe he should have learned pterodactyl.
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