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Tennessee Football players-only meeting; SEC way down; Alabama era over?

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It’s Florida week, and while Tennessee Football fans should be excited about that game, there are concerns over how they played this past weekend. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker dive into that for Off the Hook Sports’ Monday, Sept. 11 podcast while also looking at the poor play of the rest of the SEC. Spencer Riley joins.

Players-only meeting held after Tennessee Football win

A 30-13 win over the Austin Peay Governors dropped Tennessee Football to No. 11 in the AP Poll, and the Vols then reportedly held a players-only meeting. Is that a good sign, or is it a sign of things coming apart for the program just as they get set to begin SEC play with a trip to the Florida Gators?

Torchbearers, report card in Tennessee Football win at APSU

Despite a horrendous performance against Austin Peay, Tennessee Football still had players step up in the game. Who were the best performers? Did any units earn a passing grade for their play? We break that down with a look at the torchbearers and the report card from that performance.

Spencer Riley talks Tennessee Football

Former Tennessee Football offensive lineman Spencer Riley, a starter on the 1998 national championship team, joins the show to break down why the Vols struggled with the Austin Peay Governors. Was the passing game the fault of Joe Milton III or the receivers? Riley helps to break that down.

College Football Week 2 takeaways: SEC is way down

In a look back at what happened in general during the second week of the college football season, it’s clear that the Southeastern Conference has some issues, as the league is 3-6 against Power Five teams. Also, the Colorado Buffaloes are legit. Which teams should round out the top 10 right now?

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SEC Power Rankings: No. 1 by default

Given how bad the teams at the top of the league looked this past weekend, it was hard to break down where everybody belongs in our SEC Power Rankings following Week 2. The No. 1 team may be obvious, but it was only by default, and yes, Tennessee Football fell after its performance.

Florida an 8.5 underdog vs. Tennessee Football

Despite looking horrendous in its win over the Austin Peay Governors this past weekend, Tennessee Football opened the week an 8.5-point favorite over the Florida Gators. Why is that line so high in favor of the Vols? Is it too high for a team that hasn’t won in The Swamp in 20 years?

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