Since taking over full time at his alma mater in 1993, Tennessee's Phillip Fulmer has seen head coaches come and go in the Southeastern Conference at a blistering pace.
The number of changes was somewhere in the 30s when he lost count.
There were rumblings before this season that Fulmer, the dean of SEC coaches, might be next.
Never mind that his .778 winning percentage leads all active coaches with at least 10 years of experience or that he has won a national championship ...
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