Things are looking bad for the SEC as a whole, and Tennessee Football didn’t help the league’s image on Saturday losing to the Florida Gators. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker continue to recap that game on Off the Hook Sports’ Monday, Sept. 18 podcast while also talking about the state of the league and college football after Week 3.
What’s wrong with Tennessee Football?
Saturday’s 29-16 loss by the Vols to Florida in The Swamp wasn’t nearly as close as it looked. Florida built a 26-7 lead in the first half and pretty much had its way with UT while deciding to sit on the lead in the second half. What’s wrong with Rocky Top as a result? Who’s responsible for their loss?
Report card, torchbearers at Florida
In addition to figuring out who’s responsible for Tennessee Football struggling in The Swamp, how did each position unit perform in the game? Did any group perform well? Which players stood out in a positive light for the Vols? Is there anybody who deserves a shoutout?
Spencer Riley talks Tennessee Football loss
Former Tennessee Football center Spencer Riley breaks down the Vols’ loss at the Gators. Center was an issue for the Vols Saturday with Ollie Lane starting in place of Cooper Mays, so Riley provides unique insight into the issues going on at that position and the interior of the line in general.
Tennessee Football OL arrested
Offensive lineman Gerald Mincey has apparently been cited for simple possession. It’s a mild infraction, but it is illegal nonetheless. Given the offensive line woes Tennessee Football suffered and Mincey’s inability to emerge, is this a big deal? Does it matter?
SEC Power Rankings after Week 3
It’s safe to say the Southeastern Conference still looks pretty bad. Although the Missouri Tigers helped out significantly with a win over the Kansas State Wildcats this past weekend, the Arkansas Razorbacks lost to the BYU Cougars, so how do the teams stack up now?
College football week 3 recap
While the SEC is struggling significantly, the Pac-12 looks elite. Could that be the best conference in college football right now? Just how good can the Colorado Buffaloes be? Is the entire Heisman Trophy race right now coming down to Pac-12 quarterbacks?