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Tennessee Football at Florida key players; SEC or the field; Parity in CFB?

With preparations for Tennessee Football at the Florida Gators continuing, Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss more Vols players and news on Off the Hook Sports’ Wednesday, Sept. 13 podcast. Jimmy Hyams joins. They also look at UF players while debating the SEC or the Field for 2023 and parity in college football.

Jimmy Hyams on Tennessee Football LB, S/T, meeting

Longtime Sports Radio WNML’s Jimmy Hyams joins the show to discuss why the kicking game will be key for Tennessee Football Saturday while also looking at the linebackers, particularly Elijah Herring. Also, what did he make of the players-only team-meeting that was held Sunday after their win over the Austin Peay Governors.

Key Vols and Gators when Tennessee Football visits Florida

Based on what we have seen the last two week, who will be the five crucial players for Tennessee Football when the Vols visit The Swamp Saturday night? What about players for UF? Which Florida Gators will UT have to keep an eye on if they are going to do what is expected of them and win their first game in Gainesville, Fla., in 20 years.

Is SEC or The Field a better bet in 2023?

Since 2006, the Southeastern Conference has won 14 of the 18 national championships played. One of three different SEC teams claimed the national championship each of the last four years. However, given how down the conference has looked through two weeks, is it still a good bet to take the league against the field, or is the Big Ten a better bet this year?

Have NIL, transfer portal brought parity to college football?

Given the way the SEC has seemingly struggled this year and with three of the only four teams to win a national title the past eight years having already suffered losses (the Alabama Crimson Tide, LSU Tigers and Clemson Tigers), have name, image and likeness and the transfer portal brought more parity to college football, or is this just a fluke? Could this season be like 2007?

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