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Tennessee football situation with NCAA; Basketball Vols victory with injury

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Just as Off The Hook’s Tuesday podcast ended, news came out about the NCAA’s lack of resolution with Tennessee football over past violations. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker dive into that situation along with how much blame Phillip Fulmer deserves. Ron Slay talks Tennessee basketball’s win with a devastating injury, and the arrest warrant for Jalen Carter of the Georgia Bulldogs also made news.

Tennessee football and NCAA still haven’t reached resolution

Amidst news Tuesday that four former Tennessee football assistants have reached a resolution with the NCAA on show-cause penalties due to violations committed under Jeremy Pruitt, questions arose as to why Pruitt, Derrick Ansley and the school itself hasn’t reached a resolution. What is this a sign of?

Is connection to Phillip Fulmer costing Tennessee football

A Tuesday article on Off The Hook Sports suggests Tennessee football is paying for being too kind to Phillip Fulmer over an emotional connection. Is that why the Vols have been unable to reach a resolution with the NCAA? Is it harder for them to deny lack of institutional control when they let Fulmer retire on his own?

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Ron Slay talks Tennessee basketball victory, Zakai Zeigler injury

Rick Barnes and Tennessee basketball dominated the Arkansas Razorbacks 75-57 Tuesday night. However, three minutes into the game, Zakai Zeigler went down with a non-contact leg injury that looks serious. What does this mean for the Vols going forward? How much of an emotional leader is Zeigler for them?

Arrest warrant out for Jalen Carter

An arrest warrant is out for top NFL Draft prospect and former Georgia Bulldogs defensive lineman Jalen Carter over a fatal accident that occurred in January. Given this incident and what has happened with the Alabama Crimson Tide involving Brandon Miller, should the SEC or NCAA step in and force coaches to suspend players rather than rely on the coaches themselves for discipline?

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