Steve Myers, an adjunct professor at the University of Tennessee who taught two Marketing 101 classes last semester, announced today he is leaving the school for a tenured position at the University of Southern California. "I appreciate the opportunity Tennessee provided me, but this is a much better situation for me and my family," said Myers. "It's a full-time thing. With benefits. I don't have to do freelance marketing work on the side or work nights at Wal-Mart." But Myers' decision has been met with outrage in Knoxville. "I hope he burns in hell!" said freshman undeclared Matt Tompkins. "I signed up for his class 'cause I heard he doesn't give a lot of work. Now what am I going to do?" Tennessee is looking for another qualified person to teach Marketing 101 or it may just borrow the monkey from the school's zoology program.