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SEC Media Days Tuesday recap: Rick Neuheisel, Benjamin Watson, D.J. Shockley and more

Day Two of SEC Media Days is in the books, and Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker had a lot to discuss with the Georgia Bulldogs taking the stage. Off the Hook Sports’ Wednesday, July 19 podcast features interviews with two former Dawgs along with a longtime college football head coach, and two analysts.

Benjamin Watson talks UGA outlook at SEC Media Days

Former Georgia tight end and Super Bowl Champion Benjamin Watson of SEC Network discussed how Kirby Smart and Georgia can three-peat this year. He also dove into last year’s game between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Dawgs and the comments former UT quarterback Erik Ainge made about Sanford Stadium.

Rick Neuheisel talks Vols’ offense at SEC Media Days

Could Tennessee Football have won a rematch with the Bulldogs had Hendon Hooker stayed healthy? Former Colorado Buffaloes, Washington Huskies and UCLA Bruins head coach Rick Neuheisel seems to think so. Neuheisel discussed why in a sit-down interview Tuesday.

Jay Phillips talks South Carolina turnaround in 2022

It’s no secret that the Gamecocks, Shane Beamer and Spencer Rattler turned things around in late November last season when they faced Tennessee Football. They knocked the Vols and the Clemson Tigers out of the College Football Playoff. Jay Phillips of 107.5 in Columbia, S.C., discussed what was behind that turnaround.

D.J. Shockley talks Joe Milton, Vols-Georgia rivalry

Former UGA quarterback and 2005 SEC Champion D.J. Shockley, just like Joe Milton III, had to take over for a beloved quarterback in his final year of eligibility. Shockley discussed how Milton should approach the situation and the history of Tennessee Football’s rivalry with Georgia.

Jesse Simonton talks SEC

ON3 Sports’ Jesse Simonton talked about whether or not UT can compete with Georgia this year, who is more desperate at quarterback between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Florida Gators and who wins the SEC West between Alabama and the LSU Tigers. Do the Vols have a shot to win the league?

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