CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — At last, a rose in the University of Tennessee's garden of thorns.
Phillip Fulmer's College Football Hall of Fame induction Tuesday brought back memories of better times, allowing a ray of sunshine to offset a bleak and disheartening series of events that is Volunteers football today.
It was a refreshing whiff so unlike the barnyard fragrance that has pervaded Neyland Stadium for the past five or so years.
OK, so it was the not-so-favorite son the UT family cast adrift following an unusual but still dismal 2008.
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