"Harry was one of my very, very favorite players that I coached in my 37-year career, and it was a tragedy that we lost him too young," said Phillip Fulmer. "But I do know that he lived his life to the fullest and he was such a wonderful, good person."
Before he died unexpectedly in 2010 at the age of 45, Galbreath had returned to Tennessee in 2007 to serve as a strength and conditioning assistant on Fulmer's staff for two seasons. Galbreath's mother, Delores Nicholson, said her son stayed close to Fulmer until his death, always making sure to call him every Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Read the full story in the Leaf Chronicle: Fulmer shares stories, love for Galbreath at All-Area Banquet
Also on ESPN.com, Edward Aschoff has a wrap up of the Vols 2013 season as he names an Offensive MVP in Rajion Neal and Defensive MVP in A.J. Johnson. Read the full story: Season wrap: Tennessee