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Tennessee Football adds commitment, loses DL; SEC spring meetings; Adam Rittenberg of ESPN joins

A return from Memorial Day weekend features tons of news surrounding Tennessee Football. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss the Vols adding a commitment while losing a player to the transfer portal. They also look back on times UT almost completed a comeback but came up just short, and SEC spring meetings in Florida are underway. An ESPN writer joins as well.

Peyton Lewis commits to Tennessee Football

As Tennessee Football was hosting its “865 Live” recruiting weekend Saturday, the Vols added a commitment from 2024 running back Peyton Lewis. Caleb Jarreau wrote about the pickup here. At 6’1″ 190 pounds, Lewis brings a unique amount of size to the position. He is a four-star on 247Sports.

Tennessee Football loses DL Da’Jon Terry to transfer portal

Matt Zenitz of ON3 reports that Tennessee Football defensive lineman Da’Jon Terry has entered the transfer portal. Terry had transferred to the Vols from the Kansas Jayhawks after Josh Heupel took over and registered 35 total tackles, 18 solo tackles, six tackles for a loss and three sacks in two years. How big of a deal is this loss?

Adam Rittenberg of ESPN

Last week, Adam Rittenberg of ESPN left Tennessee Football out of his top five in his future offensive power rankings. He now joins the show to explain his position and also discuss his recent article on quarterbacks getting a fresh start, including new Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Devin Leary.

SEC spring meetings underway in Florida

The final Southeastern Conference spring meetings heading into a year that won’t involve the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns begin Monday in Destin, Fla., and will last through Friday. At issue is still scheduling, as the league can’t decide on an eight-game or nine-game schedule, and eight games now seems more popular. What’s the holdup with this issue?

Smokey Hot Takes: Tennessee Football ALMOST comebacks

On Monday, the Boston Celtics lost at home to the Miami Heat in Game 7 the Eastern Conference Finals of the NBA Playoffs with a chance to reach the NBA Finals. Boston had fought back from a 3-0 deficit to force a Game 7, almost becoming the first team in NBA history to come back from such a deficit in the playoffs. What are the most famous Tennessee Football ALMOST comebacks?

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