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Tennessee Football final recruiting weekend of June; Joe Milton III shows off big arm at Manning Camp

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Last weekend was the first since UT began its 2022-23 athletics calendar that the Tennessee Vols had no sporting events, as all seasons have concluded. That means Tennessee Football recruiting and future projections surrounding the program lead the headlines for Off The Hook Sports’ Monday, June 26 podcast. Caleb Calhoun and Caleb Jarreau dive into that while also looking back on the year.

Prospects visit Tennessee Football for final recruiting weekend of June

As written on Off The Hook Sports, an array of official visitors were in town this past weekend for Tennessee Football. That included commitments like Boo Carter, Peyton Lewis and Amari Jefferson and prospects whose recruitment is still open such as Elijah Rushing and Braylen Russell.

Joe Milton III shows off arm at Manning Passing Academy

It’s not a shock to anybody who covers Tennessee Football, but Joe Milton III showed off his big arm once again at the Manning Passing Academy this past week. Peyton Manning and Milton are apparently in regular contact, and Manning speaks highly of him, but what was most crucial for Milton this past week to learn?

Tennessee Football left out of CFP projection

Very few people expect Tennessee Football to make the College Football Playoff in 2023, but Brad Crawford of 247Sports doesn’t even have the Vols in his 12-team CFB Playoff projection in 2024. Somehow, though, the Florida State Seminoles and Oklahoma Sooners are in there. How is Rocky Top being left out the same year Nico Iameleava is expected to finally start?

Is college football entering a “moneyball” era

On his Sunday show, Josh Pate of Late Kick Josh said that college football may be about to enter a “moneyball” era of hiring coaches, explaining that NIL money will make it more difficult to just open up a checkbook for hires. Is Pate right about that? What key factors go into hiring different types of coaches?

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Vols athletics finishes with no national titles

There has been a lot of praise for UT athletics this year with an 11-2 season and New Years Six bowl victory, Sweet 16 appearances in men’s and women’s basketball and reaching the College World Series in baseball and softball. Is it a letdown, though, that none of these programs won national championships? Who will be the first to win one?

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