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Tennessee Football weekly SEC awards; Week 1 recap; Peyton Manning in today’s game

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It’s onto Week 2 for Tennessee Football and the rest of the college football world. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker recap Week 1 on Off the Hook Sports’ Tuesday, Sept. 5 podcast while also looking at Vols who won weekly awards, another Georgia Bulldogs arrest and the 10-year anniversary of Peyton Manning throwing for seven touchdowns. John Adams joins.

Does Tennessee Football have the only good OC in the East?

Last weekend, the South Carolina Gamecocks looked horrendous with new offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, the Georgia Bulldogs struggled with Mike Bobo, and the Florida Gators look awful with Billy Napier. Among SEC East contenders, does Tennessee Football have the only good offensive coaching?

What was the dumbest coaching decision this past weekend?

Against the Utah Utes, Florida coach Billy Napier trotted out two players wearing the same number. Was that the dumbest coaching decision in college football? What other laughable, incompetent moves did different coaches make throughout the weekend. Will Tennessee Football ever see this with Josh Heupel?

How Peyton Manning would fare today

It’s the 10-year anniversary of Peyton Manning throwing for seven touchdowns in the Denver Broncos’ 2013 season-opener against the Baltimore Ravens. Manning would set the record that year in touchdowns and yards en route to his fifth MVP season. How would he fare in today’s game?

Two Tennessee Football players earn weekly SEC awards

On the heels of their 49-13 win over the Virginia Cavaliers, Tennessee Football quarterback Joe Milton III was SEC Co-Offensive Player of the Week with Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Jalen Milroe. Meanwhile, Vols edge rusher Tyler Baron was named the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week.

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Week 1 college football recap

College football wrapped up Labor Day weekend with the Clemson Tigers losing to the Duke Blue Devils Monday night. What are the biggest takeaways from the sport’s opener? Is it about the new rules changes that have lessened the plays? Could it be Clemson losing? Did Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes steal the show?

Georgia staffer arrested

Jarvis Jones, player connection coordinator under Kirby Smart with the Georgia Bulldogs, was arrested over the weekend on charges of reckless driving and speeding. The former All-American UGA linebacker played for the Dawgs from 2010 to 2012 after transferring from the USC Trojans and then played four years in the NFL with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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