Phillip Fulmer will continue to play a role in that work as well.
Fulmer, who has spent the last couple of months as a special assistant to ETSU athletic director Richard Sander, will continue to help the new program, which is being resurrected after a 10-year absence.
Fulmer was brought on, in part, to help lure a coach to the school. Now that has been accomplished, and his latest duties have yet to be defined.
“I think some of that is to be determined,” Fulmer said Friday after Torbush was introduced as the 17th head football coach in ETSU history in front of a packed house in Millennium Centre’s ballroom. “I’ll help any way I can. ...”
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