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Best of Fulmer era - KO return men

Most Tennessee football fans remember Mark Levine as the unsung senior who started at tailback ahead of fabulous freshman Jamal Lewis for the first four games of the 1997 season ... a move that is still confounding 10 years later.

Levine may not have been anything special as a tailback but the Texas native was an exceptional kickoff-return specialist. In fact, his career average ranks with the best in Big Orange history. Thus, he deserves to be remembered as more than just the guy who slowed Jamal Lewis' development into a superstar. In ranking the best kickoff-return men of the Phillip Fulmer era (1992-present), I wanted... Recommended Stories

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