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Fulmer to act 'swiftly and firmly'

Fulmer to act 'swiftly and firmly'

Until he meets with all of the parties involved, Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer has little to say regarding the Sunday morning arrest of three players on charges of disorderly conduct and underage consumption.

Speaking on his Sunday evening teleconference, the Vol boss did promise to deal with the situation "swiftly and firmly." First-team tailback Arian Foster, second-team fullback David Holbert and second-team safety Antonio Wardlow were arrested at a Knoxville pizza parlor around 3 a.m., roughly 7½ hours after LSU scored with nine seconds left to hand the Vols a heart-breaking 28-24 setback at...

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