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Tennessee Football: Cooper Mays expected to play at Florida; Are Gators still Vols’ biggest game?

The Friday before the Florida game is always one of insane anticipation for Tennessee Football fans, and even with the series losing a bit of its luster over the years, that still hasn’t change. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker dive into the game on Off the Hook Sports’ Friday, Sept. 14 podcast, including prop bets, recruiting battles and the Vols’ health.

Should Vols OL Cooper Mays play at Florida?

Josh Heupel revealed on Thursday that Tennessee Football anticipates Volunteers offensive lineman Cooper Mays to play at the Gators. The center missed the first two weeks of the season. However, given what Ollie Lane has been able to provide at the position, is playing Mays in The Swamp a good move?

Is Florida still the top game for Tennessee Football?

Last year, the Vols’ season came down to the Georgia Bulldogs. Given where UGA and the Alabama Crimson Tide are as programs, and comparing Tennessee Football to Florida, is UF still the biggest game for Rocky Top? Does it set the tone for the season the way it used to, or is it just another matchup?

Fred White talks Tennessee-Florida

Former Tennessee Football defensive back Fred White, who played a critical role in delivering one of the Vols’ greatest wins in school history against Florida back in 1998, joins the show to discuss keys to Saturday’s matchup. He also looks back on his matchups with UF and Steve Spurrier at the time.

Recruiting battles for Tennessee and Florida

Despite targeting different areas for the most part, the Vols and Gators still often go after the same prospects. Billy Napier went on a recruiting tear in the summer. Who are some of the recruiting targets the two schools have battled for in the 2024 class? Does that make this game even more crucial?

Prop bets for Tennessee Football at Florida

Will Jaylen Wright score a touchdown? How many rushing yards will he and Joe Milton III have? What about Ricky Pearsall and receiving yards? Who wins the first quarter? All of these questions will be answered by looking at the best prop bets to make for when the Vols visit the Gators Saturday.

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