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Covering Dixie Like Mildew Eight is Enough. The SEC names Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel freshman of the week for the eighth time this season. (The Bryan-College Station Eagle) Taking a stance? Manziel leads Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o in USA Today's latest survey of 37 Heisman Trophy voters. Brother Can You Spare a Dime? The financially-strapped  University of Tennessee athletics department hasn't quite figured out how it's going to pay for the buyout on recently-fired head football coach Derek Dooley's contract. (The Knoxville News Sentinel) What about the kids? Brad Shepard looks at how Dooley's firing will effect Tennessee recruiting. (Rocky Top Talk) Last Chance for a Thousand Years.  Georgia seniors discuss the importance of going winning their last rivalry game with Georgia Tech this Saturday. The Dawgs have beaten the Yellow Jackets for the past there seasons. (The Athens Banner-Herald) There's...
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Georgia Recruiting: Did Georgia’s Chances of Landing Toby Johnson Increase With Dooley’s Firing?

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Derek Dooley is an ex-Tennessee head football coach.

The Derek Dooley era at Tennessee is over. The school fired Dooley from his job as Volunteers head football coach on Sunday, one day after losing to Vanderbilt. The school plans a press conference at 2:00 pm ET about the move. Dooley was 4-7 in 2012, with 0 wins in the SEC. He was 15-21 overall in his three years as Vols' HC, and 4-19 in conference play. He won't be coaching ...

Tennessee fires Dooley as coach

Tennessee has fired football coach Derek Dooley after he posted losing seasons in each of his three years.

Derek Dooley Fired as Tennessee Head Coach

In a move that surprised few around college football, Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart announced Sunday that Derek Dooley has been fired as the Vols head football coach. Dooley will not coach Tennessee’s final game of the season Saturday against Kentucky. Hart and the Tennessee athletic department sent out a release Sunday morning which said the following: "...

SEC notes: A.J. McCarron, Derek Dooley firing fallout, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew There's a possibility, but no chance.  Pat Dooley looks at Florida's chances at playing for the BCS title. And stop giggling. (The Gainesville Sun) Dig Your Own Hole. The Tennessee athletic department is suspending $6 million in financial contributions to the school's academic scholarships and programs in order to deal with budget...

Shelf life for coaches becoming shorter

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Report: Jon Gruden At Top of Tennessee’s Head Coaching Wishlist After Firing Derek Dooley, Arkansas Interested Too

There could be a bidding war for the services of “that guy,” Jon Gruden. The Monday Night Football color man is the top pick for the head coaching vacancy at Tennessee according to Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports. Tennessee fired their head coach, Derek Dooley, on Sunday. Arkansas is also interested in the former Raiders and Buccaneers coach. Current Razorbacks’ head coach, John...

David Cutcliffe staying at Duke, will not seek Tennessee HC job.

If you had Duke head football David Cutcliffe in your pool for who Tennessee will pick to replace Derek Dooley you can forget about it. Cutcliffe has announced he's staying at Duke for at least another year. "After leading Duke to its first bowl berth since 1994, coach David Cutcliffe isn’t going anywhere. "I can tell you right now that I'm going to be coaching...

Case of the Mondays

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Tennessee Vols will open the check book for a big name coach

Tennessee chancellor Jimmy Cheek announced that the school would reinvest $18 million in the athletic department over the next three years, giving the department a much-needed boost in funds as the school transitions to a new coaching staff. Before the reinvestment, the $18 million was earmarked for the academic scholarships, fellowships and programs. Cheek emphasized that Tennessee...
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