Dead End BBQ is the best barbecue restaurant in Knoxville and its owner, George Ewart, stopped by the Swain Event to give listeners his tips and tricks for impressing at their 4th of July cookouts.
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Former Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer was named a special advisor to UT president Joe DiPietro last week. It stirred up a good deal of buzz and many emotions for Vol fans and alumni.
On Tuesday morning, Fulmer joined The Swain Event to discuss his new role at UT, look back at his time coaching the Vols, and much more.
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The hiring of former Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer is already changing things at UT. Beyond Fulmer’s abilities as a school ambassador and fundraiser, his re-introduction at the University has changed the feelings of many alumni.
One former Vol who has a new feeling about the school now that Fulmer is back on the payroll is Chris Hannon. From 2002 to 2004, Hannon played wideout for UT, racking up 582 yards receiving and 9 touchdowns during that time.
Hannon appeared on The Swain Event on Friday and talked about what the hiring of Coach Fulmer means to him.
“When they let him go, man, it was hurtful. I haven’t been back since they let him go,” said Hannon. “But with (Fulmer) being back I can come back to Knoxvegas and feel at home.”
Check out everything that Hannon had to say about Fulmer and more in the clip below…