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Tennessee football: Trey Smith in Super Bowl, Vols whose talents UT wasted, Fred White joins

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Another former Tennessee football player is set to start in the Super Bowl. Trey Smith will start on the offensive line for the Kansas City Chiefs when they face the Philadelphia Eagles in two weeks. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss Smith and former Vols similar to him. They are also joined by two guests and talk a Georgia football player.

Former Vols whose talents Tennessee football wasted

KC offensive lineman Trey Smith fell to the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft. He joins a long list of elite Tennessee football players who were held back by playing for a dysfunctional program the past decade. Some of those were underutilized in college, but all of them had their draft stock hurt by what happened to the teams they played on. Who are some of those other players, and what are they doing in the pros?

Stetson Bennett arrested

Two-time national champion and Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Stetson Bennett, who just opted out of the Senior Bowl and is trying to prepare himself for the NFL Draft, was arrested for public intoxication. What does this mean for his future going forward? Does this make Hendon Hooker a more valuable prospect than him?

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Fred White discusses Tennessee football

A defensive back on the 1998 national championship team, former Vol Fred White joined to talk about Bennett, the 2022 Vols and how they compare to the elite UT teams he played on. White talked about the defensive woes facing last years Vols and how elite the 1998 defense was. He also discussed the NFC and AFC Championship games from Sunday and some of the players in that game who could’ve played for UT.

Caleb Jarreau recaps second junior day of January

Multiple prospects for 2024 and even 2025 were on campus visiting Tennessee football over the weekend, as the Vols held their second junior day in a month. Caleb Jarreau joined the podcast to recap some of the most notable visitors and the Vols’ chances of landing them. He also discussed the types of quarterbacks Josh Heupel is recruiting for the future.

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