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Predicting Tennessee Football schedule, SEC standings; Coaches All-SEC Vols; Florida Netflix doc recap

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Predictions are rolling out from Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker for Off the Hook Sports’ Wednesday, Aug. 23 podcast. They dive into the 2023 Tennessee Football schedule and what the SEC will look like. Coaches All-SEC Vols, the secondary and top sophomores and juniors also warrant coverage, while they recap of the Florida Netflix special. Jimmy Hyams joins.

Coaches All-SEC teams include just three Vols

After just four players made Preseason Media All-SEC, Tennessee Football had only three make Coaches All-SEC: Bru McCoy, Cooper Mays and Javontez Spraggins all made different teams. Joe Milton III was the one left off who made it on the media side. Why the disrespect for UT? Jimmy Hyams joins to discuss.

What will the DB rotation be for Tennessee Football?

Secondary is the biggest question for Tennessee Football entering this year, as it was the weakest link for the Vols last year. With Trevon Flowers gone, who will start at each position for UT? Will any newcomers make an impact? What will Warren Burrell’s return to health do for the team?

Top Tennessee Football sophomores and juniors

A 2021 recruiting class that has just four guys left means Tennessee Football is light on redshirt sophomores and true juniors, making both classes small. Who are the top five players for each year, though? Are any of them expected to make a huge impact for UT?

Predicting Tennessee football schedule, SEC standings

What will Tennessee Football do in all 12 regular season games this year? Will they play for the SEC Championship? Where will they go for the postseason? Who wins the SEC West and East this year, and who wins the title game? It’s time for all of our preseason predictions on the year.

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Florida Netflix documentary

The Florida Gators Netflix special, “UNTOLD: Swamp Kings,” premiered Tuesday. It’s a four-part series documenting the Urban Meyer era in Gainesville, Fla., and the two national championships he won. While there was some insight into life on the field, it barely touched on the legal issues of the program. Was that a mistake?

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