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Josh Heupel top 10 in Coach Rating Index; Anonymous coach says Tennessee Football QB Joe Milton III “not the guy”; Ryan Mallett

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Tragedy struck the college football world Tuesday when Arkansas Razorbacks quarterback Ryan Mallett passed away. Caleb Calhoun touched on that in Off The Hook Sports’ Wednesday, June 28 podcast along with a ranking of Tennessee Football head coach Josh Heupel, a shot at Vols quarterback Joe Milton III, comments from Paul Finebaum and the NCAA and gambling.

Tennessee Football head coach top 10 in CRI

An analytical approach to ranking college football head coaches known as the Coach Rating Index, which takes into account success relative to talent, has Tennessee Football head coach Josh Heupel in the top 10. Heupel came in at No. 9, just ahead of Louisville Cardinals head coach Jeff Brohm. What does this say about the Vols leader?

Anonymous coach slams Tennessee Football QB

In the Lindy’s section quoting anonymous coaches about other SEC programs, one said that Tennessee Football quarterback “Joe Milton III” is not the guy. What does this mean for the Vols heading into 2023? Is this a concern for Heupel and the program? Could Nico Iamaleava start sooner rather than later?

Ryan Mallett passes away

Former Arkansas Razorbacks quarterback Ryan Mallett, who played for Bobby Petrino in 2009 and 2010 after transferring from the Michigan Wolverines, passed away in a drowning incident in Florida. Mallett played in the NFL for the New England Patriots, Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens and could have ended up with Tennessee Football back in 2008.

Paul Finebaum talks Jeremy Pruitt, integrity

Recently, Paul Finebaum went on McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning to discuss different aspects of college football. He said there’s “no hope” for integrity inside college athletics and also predicted that former Tennessee Football head coach Jeremy Pruitt could be an analyst at a school within a week and will be a sideline coach again soon.

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NCAA struggling with sports betting regulations

A report from CBS Sports notes that the NCAA is trying to bring itself up to date with regulations on sports gambling in light of what happened with Alabama Crimson Tide Baseball Coach Brad Bohannon. Should coaches and players be allowed to bet on sports they aren’t part of, or should gambling on NCAA events be outright banned for everybody affiliated with the NCAA?

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