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The problem with that theory is that cost of living and the lack of a state income tax in TN, make the money pretty much a wash, if not in UT's favor. His wife is a singer and wants to pursue her career in LA. By coming to UT, she would pretty much be giving that up. He did not want to ask her to do that. Marriage is a partnership. That is easy an easy decision to understand. the good thing is that it would have only been a slam dunk hire from a sentimentality standpoint. I am not convinced that Tee Martin is that much better (if at all) than Hinshaw (if he has not already taken the UK gig).
Your team. All the time.
You are exactly right. So we should demand Peyton leave the Broncos and come back to coach quarterbacks. He has a great job and all but his he really VFL?
This post was edited by bryan269 19 months ago
You're right. He owes UT nothing. But he does owe it to his kids(all of them) to be a parent. Not an absent one 3k miles away by choice.
Yeah, keep equivocating. That and offering a guy the same job he has and an opportunity to come fix the program he helped define are two totally similar situations.
So all the hype about being his second home is really his second home if they pay him 500,000 dollars or more? I like Tee Martin as a player watching him on TV. Let him stay with Kiffin if he wants too. He gave us look and didnt like what he saw so that is fine. Who's next?
apples and oranges
Titans are oilers in titans clothing. A Vol is A Vol. I live in the Indy area and have quit being a Colts fan because they did a Vol wrong. I almost went over the checkout lane at the supermarket last week because the clerk said he was glad Peyton was gone because he was old. He's lucky I am the old one (59) and have a bad back or he would have had a fresh can opened up on him.
This coming from the same person who talked about UT's long tradition. Since when does ONE former player define a program?
Tee's happy with the job he has now. Let it go. UT might be your dream job, that doesn't mean it has to be everyone else's.
This post was edited by JCJ1986 19 months ago
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