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Tennessee Football unbreakable records; Big Ten more competent than SEC; Vols we want to see under oath

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Scheduling for the Big Ten was done immediately. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker ask why they look more competent than the SEC on Off The Hook Sports’ Friday, June 9 podcast. They also discuss unbreakable records for Tennessee Football, Vols everybody wants to see under oath, the best Group of Five team and who Josh Heupel resembles. Fred White joins.

Who from Tennessee Football would you want to see under oath?

Which former Tennessee Football players and coaches would you want to see under oath, and what questions would you ask them? Specifically, what questions should be answered from the Phillip Fulmer, Lane Kiffin, Butch Jones and Jeremy Pruitt eras? What players from those eras would you want to talk to most?

Is Big Ten more competent than SEC?

After the Southeastern Conference failed to agree on a nine-game league schedule when the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners join and only set their 2024 slate last week in Destin, Fla., the Big Ten set their nine-game schedule for 2024 and 2025 for when the USC Trojans and UCLA Bruins join. Why is the B1G looking so much more competent right now?

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Fred White talks NIL, Tennessee Football recruiting

Former Vol Fred White joined the show to talk about the new NCAA Football game and how players are having trouble negotiating a fair payout for it in the NIL era. He also discussed recruiting in the 1990s and how Tennessee Football was able to get elite players out of Georgia.

Most unbreakable Tennessee Football records

Jeff Hall has scored 371 career points, and with kickers now being targeted via the transfer portal, that may be the most unbreakable Tennessee Football record. How does it compare to the Vols’ 15 straight shutouts in the 1930s, Andy Spiva’s 547 tackles or Tee Martin’s 24 consecutive completions?

Who is the best Group of Five team for 2023?

Last year, the Tulane Green Wave represented the Group of Five in the New Years Six. Who will be that team this year? Could it be the UTSA Roadrunners, who play Tennessee Football, enter the American Athletic Conference and have won 30 games the past three seasons, including back to back Conference USA Championships?

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