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August 17, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Doug Dickey, Tennessee athletic director, apologized for embarrassing the university and said he was quitting the milkshake business. An internal audit last year cited Dickey for a conflict of interest because he supplied a mix to a former Volunteer football player who sold the finished product to the school as a nutritional milkshake for athletes.
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August 22, 1991 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI
News Item: Southeastern Conference Commissioner Roy Kramer publicly reprimands new Vanderbilt Coach Gary DiNardo for violating the SEC code of ethics. Question: What code of ethics? At last look, Conference Kinder Care was setting lows for bickering, back-stabbing and corruption, which, if you know the history of the SEC, is no small feat. And poor Kramer.
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August 22, 1991 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI
News Item: Southeastern Conference Commissioner Roy Kramer publicly reprimands new Vanderbilt Coach Gary DiNardo for violating the SEC code of ethics. Question: What code of ethics? At last look, Conference Kinder Care was setting lows for bickering, back-stabbing and corruption, which, if you know the history of the SEC, is no small feat. And poor Kramer.
SPORTS
August 24, 1985
Doug Dickey, one-time college football coach at Tennessee and at Florida, was named athletic director at Tennessee.
SPORTS
October 4, 1999 | Associated Press
Although Tennessee's initial investigation into charges of academic abuse in the football program uncovered no wrongdoing, Athletic Director Doug Dickey says he will not consider the matter over until the school files a written report. * Hawaii, 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the Western Athletic Conference, totaled 532 yards of offense en route to a 33-3 win over Texas El Paso (2-3, 0-1) Saturday night in Honolulu. . . .
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April 10, 1989
Athletic Director Doug Dickey says Tennessee basketball Coach Wade Houston, who broke racial barriers when he was named as the school's first black head coach, will not be offered a membership in an all-white country club. The UT athletic department provided $15,000 memberships to the exclusive Cherokee Country Club to Houston's predecessors, Ray Mears and Don DeVoe. Football Coach Johnny Majors and Dickey also are members. Dickey and Houston discussed the matter before he was hired last week, Dickey said.
SPORTS
August 17, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Doug Dickey, Tennessee athletic director, apologized for embarrassing the university and said he was quitting the milkshake business. An internal audit last year cited Dickey for a conflict of interest because he supplied a mix to a former Volunteer football player who sold the finished product to the school as a nutritional milkshake for athletes.
SPORTS
September 4, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Tennessee assistant head coach Phillip Fulmer was appointed interim head coach Thursday until Johnny Majors can return from heart bypass surgery. When Majors had surgery on Aug. 25, Fulmer was put in charge of "management and coordinator of the football team," but there was no change in his title and Majors was still the coach of record. Athletic Director Doug Dickey said the title is "a defining of the position for Phillip's sake."
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April 11, 1989
Johnny Majors, Tennessee football coach, and Doug Dickey, athletic director, quit an all-white Knoxville country club after reports that incoming basketball Coach Wade Houston, who is black, could not become a member. The president of Cherokee Country Club said no application has been made by Houston or on his behalf. He acknowledged that the club has no black members. The university has paid for club memberships, which costs $15,000, for the athletic director, football coach and basketball coach in the past.
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