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Tennessee football named 2023 wildcard; Georgia recruiting; ACC to trigger SEC/B1G nuclear battle

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The Georgia Bulldogs proved they are not going anywhere with what they did on Monday, and analysts don’t know what to make of Tennessee football. That’s what makes up Off The Hook Sports’ Tuesday, May 16 podcast. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss the Vols along with the news surrounding the ACC, which will affect conference realignment everywhere.

Joel Klatt has Tennessee football No. 10 in post-spring rankings

FOX Sports analyst Joel Klatt raised questions about Tennessee football in his post-spring rankings, most notably Joe Milton III and if they can sustain this success. He did have the Vols in his top 10, but he ranked the Washington Huskies and Florida State Seminoles ahead of them. Are they being disrespected?

Josh Pate names Tennessee football a 2023 wildcard team

The Late Kick with Josh Pate this week named Tennessee football one of five wildcard teams in 2023. However, the Texas A&M Aggies and Notre Dame Fighting Irish were among those teams, prompting the question, what exactly does he mean by wildcard? Are the Vols flying under the radar again this year?

Which Vols position group is the most sure bet?

Despite lots of talent and a cutting-edge offense, the Vols still have a lot of starters to replace from last year, and they still have questions in the secondary. With those facts, which position group on Rocky Top is the most sure bet to be successful in 2023 right now? Could it be a unit that lost a lot of talent?

Georgia lands No. 1 QB and Tennessee transfer on the same day

Kirby Smart and the Dawgs are going nowhere. On the same day they landed the No. 1 player and quarterback in the nation for 2024, Dylan Raiola, they also picked up a transfer running back from Tennessee football, Len’Neth Whitehead. How much of a concern is this for the rest of the SEC East, most notably the Vols, moving forward?

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ACC takes another step toward collapse

Brett McMurphy of Action Network reports that seven ACC schools are on board with leaving. With one more, they can vote to end their Grant or Rights contract and exit fees. What does this mean for the SEC and the Big Ten, who will inevitably be locked in a bloody arms race to land these schools?

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