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"Count it down with me. Five, four, three, two, one.
The national champion is clad in Big Orange!"
i think we have payed ,way to many buy outs ,until we reach the ncaa tourney and make a deep run, ide say show me next year then we will talk about a new contract .no dought he and staff can recruit but pearl came in here we made 6 str8 tourneys.martin has made it to 2 nits and lost in the first round.dont buy it yet from my home,and dont get me wrong i like martin but tenn cant keep hand money out like candy.
if he cant win next year he will get his new contract imo..no need to rush...its easy win and you will get new contract. right?....go vols
Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves.
Martin has done nothing to deserve anything more.
Extension? For what? Not saying he won't win, but he hasn't won (using NCAA tourney as ultimate measure) yet. I don't see Hart making that mistake.
Martin DOES NOT seek an extension. I guess the title of this post is trying to work people up.
The article clearly and plainly says "when or if Tennessee reaches out this offseason."
Now that that's straight, I have confidence in Hart to not reach out considering there have been no NCAA tourney appearances.
And that plainly says just like the article "if and when" UT approaches.
Your title implies Martin is approaching UT. There is a big difference.
This post was edited by VolinDC 16 months ago
Don't you always need at least 4 years remaining on your deal for recruiting purposes? That way you can at least tell your recruits that you'll definitely be there throughout their time at the university. Otherwise, competing coaches will use it against us, stating that the university doesn't have faith in our coach.
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