Sport Jeremy Pruitt reportedly gets six-year deal from Tennessee

12:23  07 december  2017
12:23  07 december  2017 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

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Tennessee appears to finally have a new head coach, and it’s one Vols fans won’t protest.

Multiple reports on Wednesday night said that Alabama defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt has accepted the Tennessee head coaching job. Football Scoop reported that Pruitt is getting a six-year deal.

Trey Wallace says it’s a six-year deal worth around $4 million per season.

Pruitt is a much more desirable candidate to Tennessee fans than Greg Schiano, whom they previously reached a deal with that was cancelled. Pruitt is young, proven as a defensive coordinator in the SEC, and he played in the SEC.

The 43-year-old has been stellar replacing Kirby Smart as Bama’s DC. Prior to that, he did excellent work as Georgia’s DC under Mark Richt and Florida State’s DC under Jimbo Fisher.

Tennessee is undoubtedly hoping to get the same results Georgia got after they hired Smart away from under Nick Saban.

EPA seeks input to rework rule on lead in drinking water .
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Thursday it will seek input from state and local officials as it considers how to rework a 1991 rule meant to protect people from lead and copper contamination in drinking water. The agency invited state officials to give input on revising the Lead and Copper rule at a two-hour meeting on Jan. 8 at the EPA's headquarters in Washington.EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said the agency is seeking the input to "properly address lead and ensure communities have access to safe drinking water.

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