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Tennessee Football DB played 2022 with unknown illness; Where Vols rank in CFP era; Joe Milton III or Quinn Ewers

Trevon Flowers revealing a personal issue he dealt with while playing last year for Tennessee Football leads Off The Hook Sports’ Friday, July 7 podcast. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker also discuss Vols quarterback Joe Milton III and Texas Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers, Saudi Arabia potentially getting involved in college football and where the Vols rank in the CFP era. Fred White joins.

Former Tennessee Football DB reveals myositis diagnosis

Trevon Flowers revealed on Instagram Thursday that he played the entire 2022 season for Tennessee Football with myositis. The safety was in his final year of eligibility and said he didn’t know it at the time but learned of it after the season, which is why he couldn’t take part in any pre-NFL Draft activities.

Joe Milton III talks trash: Is he better than Quinn Ewers?

A recent mock NFL Draft had Texas Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers going in the top 10 while Tennessee Football quarterback Joe Milton III wasn’t even projected in the first round. Who is better between Milton and Ewers? Also, Milton bragged and said he doesn’t lose in Florida. Is that trash talk appropriate? Fred White joins to discuss.

Tennessee Football not a top 30 program of CFP era

A Sporting News article recently ranked Tennessee Football tied for No. 33 in the College Football Playoff using a scoring method for different team accomplishments. Can the Vols get into the top 25 this year? How soon can they rise up the ranks with Josh Heupel as their head coach?

Could Saudi Arabia invest in college football

Recent commentary by David Ubben of The Athletic and Josh Pate suggest that the Saudis could invest in either a college football conference or college football team in the near future. If they did that, would fans still root for their teams? Does it depend on where they spend their money?

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