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Phillip Fulmer
By Jeffery Stewart
Date: Nov 3, 2004

Getting Tennessee’s offense and defense firing on all cylinders at the same time has been an elusive process this season. Outside of the possible exceptions of the first half of the Georgia game and the second half vs. Florida, it’s hard to make a case both units have played well for even 30 minutes at the same time in 2004.

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