Former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer will add another Hall of Fame to his resume on Monday.
After entering the College Football Hall of Fame earlier this month, Fulmer also will be inducted into the Chick-fil-A Bowl Hall of Fame in a ceremony prior to Monday's bowl game between No. 8 LSU and No. 14 Clemson.
Fulmer will be inducted with Ron Allen, a corporate contributor, Robert Dale Moregan, former executive director, Terry Don Phillips, retired Clemson athletic director, and former Georgia Lineman Matt Stinchcomb.
“Throughout our 45-year history, we’ve been fortunate to host in our game some of the most accomplished players, coaches and administrators in all of college sports and this inductee class is a perfect example of that,” said Gary Stokan, Chick-fil-A Bowl president and CEO. “This year’s group is a cross-section of what is great about college sports and how to play it, coach it and manage it in a first-class manner.”
Fulmer led UT to 15 Bowl games, including 13 straight 1992-2004. Tennessee appeared in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl in back-to-back seasons, losing to Maryland (30-3) in 2002 and Clemson (27-14) in 2003.