Brandon Warren’s Trip Home Completed

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Word came from the University of Tennessee Athletic Department that Florida State transfer Brandon Warren was granted his eligibility from the NCAA.  Warren petitioned the NCAA for a transfer based on family hardship.  Warren left Florida State after one season of football where he was one of the more productive tight ends in recent FSU history (not a school known for tight end play). 

With a recent injury to Cottam the news on Warren could not have come at a better time for Fulmer and new offensive Coordinator Dave Clawson.  Warren was the #2 ranked tight end in the country coming out of high school in Alcoa, Tennessee. 

After the worst season under Fulmer the Vol faithful grew even more anxious when this heralded talent got out of east Tennessee.  Never to doubt, Fulmer somehow made good on his promise that Warren would end up some day playing in orange and white, where Clawson will use Warren as a tight end, H-back and even split out in the new morph spread Tennessee offense in 2008. 

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3 Responses to “Brandon Warren’s Trip Home Completed”

  1. smoothron Says:

    Why can UT comment on Brandon Warren’s eligibility but UK can’t for Galloway or Liggins?

  2. BobWicket Says:

    Quit cheating.

  3. BobWicket Says:

    Also, I love a day with 5 new posts.

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