Camp 76 teaches youths football fundamentals

Nobody worked on his technique and craft more than the late Harry Galbreath, who played offensive guard for Tennessee from 1984-87 before a career in the NFL.

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TNlogfire writes:

Wow...I wonder how D.B. Cooper is doing...?

Great_Day writes:

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Wow...I wonder how D.B. Cooper is doing...?

"DB Cooper" is the fictional name given to a 1971 highjacker who was never found. (He used the name "Dan Cooper" to purchase his ticket.) I'm guessing Mr. Cooper is dead and long gone, having jumped from the airplane and smashed into the Oregon mountains more than 4 decades ago.

Former Vol Kenneth "BB" Cooper, however, lives in Huntsville, Alabama, and is doing fine.

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