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Tennessee Football holds first scrimmage; Vols OL Cooper Mays has procedure; Hypocrisy on realignment

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Another first for fall camp took place Thursday when it comes to Tennessee Football, and Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker dive into it for Off the Hook Sports’ Friday, Aug. 11 podcast. There’s an injury to a key Vols offensive lineman, and a linebacker is considered a top newcomer. Also, are college football fans hypocritical?

Tennessee Football holds first scrimmage

On Thursday, Tennessee Football held its first scrimmage of fall camp. What are the biggest takeaways based on what Josh Heupel and other players and coaches said? How much can we glean from the first two full weeks of preseason practices? Are there any concerns?

Tennessee Football OL undergoes procedure

Center Cooper Mays has reportedly undergone a minor procedure. Although he should be back, there is no established backup at that position yet, so how big of a deal is this for Tennessee Football? Who is most likely to move over into that role? Is it panic time yet for the Vols?

Fred White joins

Former Tennessee Football defensive back Fred White makes his weekly appearance to talk about how things are going in preseason for the Vols and draw comparisons to the 1998 national championship team. How similar are both of these teams going into the year?

Tennessee Football LB named a top 50 newcomer

Freshman Arion Carter was named by ESPN as one of the top 50 newcomers in the nation this year on a list that includes recruits and transfers. Tennessee Football wide receiver Dont’e Thornton wasn’t on there, though. How legitimate is the hype behind Carter?

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Conference realignment and hypocrisy

College football fans like to whine about conference realignment, but are they being hypocrites since they won’t hold the people responsible for it directly accountable? Why criticize the entity if they won’t call out the commissioners of the SEC, Big Ten and Big 12?

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