Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by JimmyBuff, May 16, 2012.
I think Fulmers record was pretty legit 152-52
Yeah, Fulmer is certainly deserving. '98 national championship + top 25 final ranking 14/17 seasons is H.O.F. caliber, IMO.
this is true...i'd be surprised if this induction doesn't set a precedent for developing a weight classification for HOF coaches though.
Not a Hall of Fame coach in my book. Good coach, not Hall of Famer.
RC Slocum is just :lol:
2 SEC titles. 1 MNC. Won his division 6 times and was 98–34 in the SEC. I'm not saying that he deserves to be in the Hall or not, but damn those are impressive. In the end though Tennessee's lack of in-state recruits and the rise of recruiting by other teams was his downfall.
So, I'm assuming you believe Coach McCartney is completely unworthy of HoF consideration as well?
Uhhh, have you looked at what coaches are in the H.O.F.? There are 190 coaches. Fulmer is certainly deserving given some of the others in there.
Yes. I like Coach Mac but not a HOF coach
Which is why I said its like the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame: everyone seems to get in.
Fulmer was a good coach, Slocum ehh not so much IMO
Plus look how mediocre Tennessee has been since Fulmer left.
Fulmer played a part in why they are mediocre too
ya, and Phil Jackson got swept from the playoffs last year, whats your point?
Tom Osborne got his ass kicked by Oklahoma, Miami, Florida state and to some extent Colorado for many years.
Even 4 years after he's gone? No...
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