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Tennessee Football No. 11 in PFF top 25; Anonymous coaches speak on Joe Milton III; Peyton Manning joins UT as professor

College football is less than two weeks away, and Tennessee Football continues preparations for the start of the season. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss what anonymous coaches have said about one Vols quarterback and the school’s PFF top 25 ranking. Also, Peyton Manning and Steve Spurrier are back in the news.

Tennessee Football No. 11 in PFF preseason top 25

A week after coming in at No. 10 in the preseason Coaches Poll, Tennessee Football came in at No. 11 in the Pro Football Focus preseason top 25. The Vols are one spot behind the Texas Longhorns, who were two spots behind them in the Coaches Poll. Also, no Vols were first or second team All-SEC on PFF, and only Squirrel White made third team.

Anonymous coaches talk Tennessee Football QB

Joe Milton III enters this year with lots of hype and surrounded by lots of questions. An article by ESPN detailing quotes from anonymous coaches on college quarterbacks noted one defensive coordinator referring to the Tennessee Football quarterback as the “most dangerous guy.” What does that mean?

Peyton Manning joins UT as professor

Former Tennessee Football quarterback Peyton Manning is reportedly joining the university as a professor this year. What type of impact could he have on students? Does he have the patience to actually deal with young people in any real capacity?

Steve Spurrier says quiet part about NIL

College football head coaching legend Steve Spurrier said about name, image and likeness what is not supposed to be said. Spurrier said on ‘Open Mike’ with Mike Bianchi that if he were still coaching he’d do what other schools are doing now and try to win bidding wars for players.

Tennessee Football offense is in a defensive renaissance

While Tennessee Football dominated last year in Josh Heupel’s offense, the Vols as a whole are trapped in a defensive renaissance. Last year, just over 28 points a game were scored on average by an FBS team, the lowest since 2011. The Georgia Bulldogs won the national title with ball control, and the Alabama Crimson Tide are returning to that.

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