HOOVER, Ala. (AP) - Lawyers for a former Alabama football booster who is suing the NCAA say they handed a subpoena to Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer as he arrived at Southeastern Conference football media days.
Fulmer, however, repeatedly denied being given anything at the SEC event Thursday.
Brandon Blankenship, a lawyer for former Alabama booster Wendell Smith, says Fulmer was handed the subpoena by a process server as the coach stepped out of an SUV at the hotel where the news conferences and interviews are held.
Fulmer told reporters he didn't get any such papers.
Attorneys have been seeking Fulmer's sworn statements Smith's lawsuit against the NCAA.

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