Nov. 23, 2008
(WVLT) -- A season of misery, disappointment, and frustration comes to an end Saturday when the big orange nation will wave goodbye to the Tennessee football seniors and to Phillip Fulmer.
The emotional week began Sunday night on UT's indoor practice field, where the Vols began preparations for the Kentucky game.
"It does feel good to be back on the practice field after a win," Fulmer said. "I reminded our players that last Sunday was very good practice and tonight's was as well. Our entire week of focus was good, and this will be an important week to get that done again."
Fulmer said he had not decided who would start at quarterback against the Wildcats. Jonathan Crompton and B.J. Coleman both played against Kentucky, combining for only 22 passing yards.
Click on the video link to hear comments from Fulmer, Coleman and running back Arian Foster.
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