Date of Birth
University of Tennessee (1992-2008)
As the 1998 National Coach of the Year, Phillip Fulmer achieved 137 wins in his first 15 campaigns, tying for the fourth-most in a 15-year span in college football history. Fulmer owned two SEC championships, a piece of seven SEC East Division titles, an impressive 5-0 record when playing the nation’s No. 1-ranked team, an 88-19 home record and nine ten-win seasons. Fulmer’s teams appeared in two BCS games, winning the first national title in the school’s history with a victory over Florida State in the 1999 Fiesta Bowl. Fulmer coached two William V. Campbell Trophy winners in Peyton Manning and Michael Munoz. Nineteen players earned first-team All-America honors under Fulmer, and 70 Volunteers were named first-team All-SEC during his tenure. A member of the board of directors for Alzheimer’s Tennessee, Inc., he is active with the Boys and Girls Club, Team Focus, and Child and Family Services.
Class of 2012
Lone Star Dietz