LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WVLT) -- Former Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer met with University of Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich for half an hour Tuesday regarding the Cardinals' vacant coaching position, a source tells the Sports Overtime team.
Fulmer is reportedly interested in the job after spending the 2009 season away from the sidelines as an analyst at CBS College Sports and as a partner at a local financial management firm.
Fulmer told Volunteer TV last week that he was interested in coaching at a program with a solid history and a commitment to winning.
Louisville fired previous coach Steve Kragthorpe Saturday after three disappointing seasons.
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