Tee Martin transferred to the University of Tennessee in 1998. Martin served as Peyton Manning's backup, living through a 17-42 swamping against Nebraska in the BCS National Championship. In his first year as a starter, Tee led the Volunteers to the 1999 Fiesta Bowl and overcame the Florida State Seminoles 20-7. That season, he threw for 2,164 yards at a 19-6 TD/Int ratio. Tee Martin earned a considerably low Wonderlic test score of 11 in preparing for the NFL. He played in the NFL for three years across four teams and currently coaches at the University of Southern California as offensive coordinator.