Tennessee Volunteers Move into the Realm of Organized Crime Under Lane Kiffin

Posted by Franklin Crittenden on November-15-2009 Add Comments

The University of Tennessee is no stranger to the police blotter. Over the years the Volunteers have had their problems with the law.

Phil Fulmer was considered the "King of the Thugs" while he was Head Coach at Tennessee, as apparent by the naming of the fictitious "Fulmer Cup" in his honor. This trophy is awarded to the team that has the most players arrested in a given year. 

Under Phil Fulmer, players getting in trouble with the law became a running joke around the SEC, with jokes like:

Question: Why do they dress convicts in orange?

Answer: Once a Tennessee Volunteer, always a Tennessee Volunteer!

Question: What's the difference between a Tennessee player graduating and being arrested for robbery?...

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