It wasn’t without drama for Tennessee Football after their fourth win of the season. Entering their bye week, Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker address trash talk, best performances and injury news for the Vols on Off the Hook Sports’ Monday, Oct. 2 podcast. They also break down the SEC and recap the week. Spencer Riley joins as well.
South Carolina QB trash talks Tennessee Football
After losing to Tennessee Football 41-20 while throwing for under 200 yards, a pick six and no touchdown passes, Gamecocks quarterback Spencer Rattler decided to troll the Vols and the Neyland Stadium environment. Rattler accused UT of treating the game like their “Super Bowl.”
Vols torchbearers, grades vs. South Carolina
Who were the best Tennessee Football players in their victory over the Gamecocks? How did each unit specifically perform? We break that down with our weekly report card and our torchbearers. In a shocking outing for a Josh Heupel team, the standouts were mostly on defense this time around.
How big was Cooper Mays for Tennessee Football?
Spencer Riley, the center on the 1998 national championship team for Tennessee Football, joins the show to discuss how important it was for the Vols to have Cooper Mays back on the field at center himself. It was Mays’ first game of the season, and he helped fuel a dominant run game.
Bru McCoy injury and devastation for Tennessee Football
In the first half of Saturday’s game against South Carolina, Tennessee Football wide receiver Bru McCoy suffered a severe season-ending ankle injury. Spencer Riley was on the team that lost Jamal Lewis for the season and speaks on the show how a team and its players need to deal with such situations.
SEC Power Rankings after Week 5
Just like in Week 4, there are still three undefeated teams remaining in the Southeastern Conference, and all three are in the SEC East. However, is any of them, even the Georgia Bulldogs, worthy of being the No. 1 ranked team in SEC Power Rankings, or have the Alabama Crimson Tide taken that back?
College Football Week 5 recap
Undefeated teams are slowly dwindling in the sport. There are 22 left as the calendar turns toward October. Who among those teams would belong in the College Football Playoff if it were held today, and who leads the Heisman race? We break that down and more with our Week 5 recap of the CFB season.