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The dean of Southeastern Conference coaches, Fulmer has claimed a national championship, two conference titles and seven divisional crowns while winning better than three-quarters of his games. He also retains his rank atop the winning percentage list for coaches with at least 10 years experience in major college football.

Yet Fulmer's most cherished responsibility centers around the teaching and guidance of young student-athletes. He has built Tennessee football on a platform of "Family First" - something UT's players and coaches say is this program's greatest attribute.

And while his on-field accomplishments - like advancing the Vols to the 2007 SEC Championship Game and claiming 10 wins for the ninth time in 15 full seasons - have obvious allure, it's the personal relationships that register most sincerely for Tennessee's native son.

Now suddenly and - as is his nature - without fanfare, Fulmer finds himself within reach of a coaching milestone that stands near and dear to the hearts of all Volunteers.

Gen. Robert R. Neyland finished a hall of fame career in 1952 with 173 coaching victories. Fulmer enters the 2008 campaign with 147 coaching victories. Twenty-seven more wins breaks the gold standard in Big Orange Country.

Fulmer and his relentless Vols played in the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta last season for the fifth time in 11 years.

"The 2007 team was one of my most pleasurable to coach," Fulmer says. "The pride of the players, their focus and consistent improvement through the year -- it all culminated in our winning the Eastern Division championship and Outback Bowl."

Fulmer also joined an elite coaching list last season when his career record improved to 100 games over the .500 mark. Currently 147-45, Fulmer joins Bobby Bowden, Joe Paterno, Jim Tressel, Steve Spurrier, Chris Ault and Frank Beamer as the only active coaches in that fraternity.

And Fulmer's 16 seasons of coaching are the fewest of the seven owning that distinction. Nine Fulmer-coached teams have eclipsed the 10-win mark and two others just missed with nine victories. The highlight came in 1998 when Tennessee capped a perfect 13-0 season with a Fiesta Bowl victory over Florida State.

The Volunteers under their native son have 147 triumphs against only 45 defeats for a winning percentage of .766. No active coach with at least a decade in Division I-A has such a lofty victory rate.

And speaking of the last 10 years, Tennessee under Fulmer is 93-34 during that span.

There is nothing to suggest Fulmer is in any danger of letting up. He is averaging nearly 9 1/2 wins a season for the last decade, with five SEC Eastern Division titles during that span and two overall league crowns.

The Winchester native joined former Nebraska legend Tom Osborne as the only coaches to lead a team to a bowl game in their first 13 years of coaching.

Since Fulmer took over, more than 10 million fans have passed through the Neyland Stadium turnstiles.

In 1998, Fulmer rewarded those supporters by guiding Tennessee to its sixth national championship with a perfect 13-0 record and a Tostitos Fiesta Bowl victory over Florida State.

An accepted measure of a program's success, Tennessee's position in the national polls also has been a testimonial to Fulmer's sure hand at the helm. Under Fulmer, the Vols had a streak of 54 consecutive weeks ranked in the top 10.

UT has been in the national polls at game time for 168 of Fulmer's 191 games as head coach.

Fulmer's record becomes all the more remarkable because of the rugged gauntlet of opponents faced by the Vols. Tennessee's schedule is regularly among the toughest in the nation. In addition to the demanding SEC slate, the Vols stray far from home to meet such traditional national powerhouses as UCLA, Notre Dame, California, Miami and Syracuse.

Tennessee has gone 44-33 against ranked competition under Fulmer.

The former Vols offensive lineman served 13 years as a Vols assistant beginning in 1980 before becoming the 20th head football coach at Tennessee. The decision to elevate Fulmer occurred five seasons after he was appointed assistant head coach and three seasons after he became offensive coordinator.

During Fulmer's tenure as offensive coordinator, the Vols set school records for total offensive yardage three years in a row (1989-91). Records have fallen with even greater frequency since he became head coach.

Year after year with Fulmer as head coach, Tennessee continues to stand in the top ranks of college football for graduating players who go on to careers in the professional game.

The 2007 NFL Draft saw six UT players drafted, including a nation's-best five on the first day. Standouts Justin Harrell and Robert Meachem were first-round selections of the Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints, respectively.

Fulmer is the national spokesperson for the Jason Foundation Inc., and considers such experiences essential to the education process of UT football players. He recently was named the first recipient of the "Grant Teaff Breaking the Silence Award," presented jointly by the AFCA and the Jason Foundation.

He also has served on such boards of directors as Boys and Girls Clubs, American Football Coaches Association, Team Focus and Child and Family Services.

Fulmer is married to the former Vicky Morey and has four children: Phillip Jr., Courtney, Brittany and Allison.

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