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Tennessee Football most likely upsets, remaining undefeated teams, using Nico

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What is in store for the rest of the Tennessee Football after the bye week? Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker break that down with John Adams as well as how the Vols should manage their quarterbacks and NIL on Off the Hook Sports’ Tuesday, Oct. 3 podcast. Also, should head coaches call plays, and which remaining perfect teams are a threat?

How should Tennessee Football use Nico Iamaleava?

Through five games this year, Tennessee Football has barely gotten Nico Iamaleava involved, even in mop-up duty. Did the Vols miss their chance to get him ready? Should they use him in a Tim Tebow-like package during the second half of the season? John Adams joins to discuss.

Most likely Tennessee Football upset win, loss

Assuming the Texas A&M Aggies are a true toss-up and the Vanderbilt Commodores and UConn Huskies are surefire wins, is Tennessee Football more likely to upset the Alabama Crimson Tide or Georgia Bulldogs? By the same token, are the Vols more likely to lose to the Missouri Tigers or Kentucky Wildcats? John Adams joins to discuss.

Is NIL affecting college decisions?

Is name, image and likeness affecting in-game decisions on how college football athletes are used? Are players protecting themselves or giving less effort? What about coaches? Is pressure forcing them to put certain players on the field that they otherwise wouldn’t play? John Adams joins to discuss.

Should head coaches call plays?

Despite the offensive woes, Florida Gators head coach Billy Napier will remain the team’s play-caller. Meanwhile, the Texas A&M Aggies are on a roll, despite losing their starting quarterback, with Jimbo Fisher having relinquished play-calling duties to Bobby Petrino. Is this proof head coaches shouldn’t call plays in games?

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Remaining undefeated CFB teams

There are 22 teams left who haven’t yet lost a game. Which of these teams could be a nuisance in this year’s College Football Playoff race, similar to the TCU Horned Frogs last year in that they won’t go away? How many of these teams are actual threats to make the CFP this year?

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