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You are invited to spend an evening with members of UT’s 1998 National Championship
team, Phil Fulmer, Peerless Price, and Al Wilson. The three UT legends will speak at King College on Tuesday, Jan. 29 at 6:30 p.m.
Former UT Head Coach Phil Fulmer served as Head Football Coach at Tennessee for 17 years, from 1992-2008. He and
his staff built an organization that produced the most successful era in modern Tennessee
football history. Fulmer and his staff were tireless recruiters and mentored some
of the top names in college and NFL history. During his last 11 years, the Vols played
in the SEC Championship game five times, winning twice. He also led the Vols to one
of the greatest moments in school history, the 1998 National Championship in the very
first Bowl Championship Series (BCS) title game.
In his 17 seasons, his record was 152-52 with a 74 percent winning percentage, he
had 92 players make a NFL roster, 18 players earned All-American honors and another
68 players were selected All-SEC. Fulmer is also very proud of the family approach
he took to guiding his players to off the field successes as well as on the field
On Dec. 4, 2012, Fulmer was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Upon
learning of the accolade, Fulmer told Knoxville’s WBIR TV 10 that he was honored to
be joining such an elite group of coaches and players in an organization like the
National Football Foundation Hall of Fame.
There is one play from the 1998 season that most Tennessee fans will always remember.
Tee Martin connecting with Peerless Price for a 79-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter of the 1999 Fiesta Bowl. That play
alone made the Vols National Champs. It also made Peerless Price a Tennessee legend
and ranked him sixth on Tennessee's all-time single game list.
After a stellar career at UT, Price was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the second
round of the 1999 NFL Draft. He played nine seasons in the NFL, spending time with
the Bills (twice), Falcons and Cowboys. He caught 403 passes for more than 5,000
yards 31 touchdowns. His best season was the 2002 campaign when he caught 92 passes
for 1,252 yards and nine TDs.
Al Wilson just might have been one of the greatest linebackers in Tennessee history, and his
leadership was even more distinctive, acting like a quarterback for the defense.
He was the Vols’ only All-America selection from the 1998 undefeated national championship
team. The UT captain ranked third on the team that year with 77 tackles despite missing
the three games to injury, the first since he was a freshman. His highlight was a
12-tackle performance in UT's 20-17 overtime win in Knoxville against No. 2-ranked
Florida, in which he set a school record with three caused fumbles.
Wilson was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the first round of the 1999 NFL Draft.
His entire professional career of nine years was spent with the Broncos. One of the
fastest middle linebackers in the league, Wilson became the anchor of their defense
and earned five Pro Bowl selections.
Ticket prices for King’s UT Legends event are $45 per individual, $40 for two or more,
and $300 per table of eight (table sponsors will be recognized in the program and
pre-speech introductions). The event will be held in King’s Maclellan Hall dining
room. The cost of admission includes dinner and an autograph session.
The proceeds from this event will benefit the Annual Fund for Scholarships Programs,
which is one of the primary sources for direct scholarship assistance for King students.
To purchase tickets or for more information, contact King’s College Office of Development
at 423.652.4864 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets will be available through January 25, 2013.
King College is a Presbyterian, master’s-level comprehensive college structured on
a university model. King offers more than 90 majors, minors and pre-professional
degrees and concentration in fields such as business, nursing, law, medical and health
sciences, pharmacy, digital media, education, and humanities. Graduate programs are
offered in business administration, education, and nursing. For more information visit
www.king.edu, call 800.362.0014, or email email@example.com.