Clearly, we still have some issues unresolved. The Chattanooga Times Free Press has a story up with Majors' comments on Fulmer and the current state of the Vols that he made at the Huntsville Quarterback Club last night.
I like Coach Majors, like his massive contribution to the program here. But I don't like it when anyone says they're going to refuse to comment because they're above it and that they don't know what's going on in the program right now, then follows up with things like "John Chavis has saved his job for ten years." Go read it.
Clearly Majors feels mistreated. He probably has good reason to be.
But that was sixteen years ago.
There's nothing about what he says here that I like. Whether he's been able to move on in his personal life or not, I fail to see the good or the maturity in any of this. Others may have a different opinion about it, but I don't see how any of what Majors is saying is good for the Tennessee family that he may, or may not, feel he's still a part of.
I certainly hope he does feel among us, because he and his family name are part of the backbone of the University of Tennessee.
So is Phillip Fulmer, who remains the head coach.
And so I also certainly hope that if Majors does still truly consider himself a part of Tennessee Football, he backs off the selfish comments despite what happened to him, and shows a level of maturity in keeping it to himself. This isn't doing us, or him, any good.