It’s Too Cold For A Wet Blanket

David CutcliffeNew reports this afternoon, coming on the heels of Tennessee apparently being rejected by number-one choice Will Muschamp and number-two choice Troy Calhoun, say Mike Hamilton is turning to a familar, warm blanket to fill the Vol Vacancy.

It’s David Cutcliffe, who has been living in Durham, NC the past two seasons coaching the low-key Duke Blue Devils.

My first reaction is that, if true, this will go over more like a wet blanket than a warm blanket.


Cutcliffe Withdraws Name at Tennessee (Chris Low)

Statement from Cutcliffe (Heather Dinich)


Cutcliffe Lead Candidate for UT Job (Dave Hooker)

David Cutcliffe to Tennessee? Is Philip Fulmer the Next AD? (Larry Burton)

If Nobody Else Wants The Job, They Might As Well Bring David Cutcliffe Home (Matt Hinton)

David Cutcliffe Decision Deals Devilish Blow To Duke (Mike Kline)

Phillip Fulmer and DE Chris Walker approve of a likely hiring of Cutcliffe (

David Cutcliffe Taking Tennessee Vols Back Into The Future (Joel Barker)

Now What Do The Vols Cling To? The Fulmer Era Part II? (Jim Folsom)

Winning Key to Cutcliffe (John Adams)

A Topsy, Turvy Search for UT Coach; Even Fulmer Becomes Part of Storyline (Austin Ward)


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3 responses to “It’s Too Cold For A Wet Blanket”

  1. rockytop78 says :

    As of 6:30 p.m. on January 14, 2010, WBIR television reports that David Cutcliffe is NOT yet a done deal:

    Kippy Brown interviews tomorrow; Randy Edsall at UConn may be interviewing now.

  2. rockytop78 says :

    Back to Cutcliffe:

    Hiring Cutcliffe is surrendering the SEC East to Florida for the next decade with this hire. I like and respect the man, but he does not need to be the head coach here.

    If this really goes down, please do not let him bring back Chavis, which I have heard he might do; keep Lance Thompson, and make him DC. Having Fulmer Lite as head coach is bad enough.

  3. norcalvol says :

    I agree rockytop78. Cutcliffe can’t be the man. He is definitely a quality coach. And a quality man. But a head coach in the SEC today has to be so much more than that, if you want to win the league.

    That’s too obvious to even talk about.

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