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Tennessee football NCAA hearing continues; basketball Vols add another transfer

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It’s the second day of the NCAA hearing with Tennessee football, and Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker have a lot to say about one Phillip Fulmer and his role in all of this. Also, the basketball Vols add a second transfer in two days, and an article out projects the football team to have a shocking loss this fall. Josh Ward joins as well.

Should Phillip Fulmer take the fall for Tennessee football

Former Vols athletics director Phillip Fulmer is in attendance for the ongoing NCAA hearing, along with Jeremy Pruitt and Donde Plowman, that began Wednesday and will last through Friday. The hearing stems from violations Tennessee football committed during the Pruitt era. Should Fulmer fall on the sword for this?

Tennessee basketball adds Harvard transfer

One day after adding USC Upstate Spartans transfer Jordan Gainey and receiving news that Santiago Vescovi would return for his super senior season, the basketball Vols added another transfer. Chris Ledlum from the Harvard Crimson has committed to the Vols. He has two years of eligibility left.

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Josh Ward talks Tennessee football newcomers

With spring practice in the books, Josh Ward discussed Nico Iamaleava, Cameron Seldon, DeSean Bishop and Arion Carter. Who is the standout newcomer for the Vols based on what happened the past month, and can we read anything into who was playing in the Orange and White game?

What’s wrong with Tennessee baseball

In addition to the football team’s spring camp, Ward discussed the baseball team’s recent struggles. UT was swept by the Arkansas Razorbacks last weekend and lost a midweek game to the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles. Now they have a tough matchup with the Vanderbilt Commodores. Why have they been struggling?

Who could upset Tennessee football this fall?

An article by Brad Crawford of 247Sports projects Tennessee football to go 9-3 this season, losing to the Alabama Crimson Tide, Georgia Bulldogs and Missouri Tigers. How could they lose to Mizzou? What is the most likely game this year in which they could suffer an upset similar to last year’s loss at the South Carolina Gamecocks?

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