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Tennessee Football ranking, line at Alabama, Texas A&M and CFB Week 7 recap

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Another exciting weekend of college football wrapped up the first half of the regular season, and Tennessee Football is 5-1. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker look back on the Vols’ big win over the Texas A&M Aggies along with SEC and college football games. They also preview the Alabama Crimson Tide and analyze the rankings. Spencer Riley joins.

What Texas A&M win means for Tennessee Football

Josh Heupel built an identity around Tennessee Football that was all about scoring a lot of points and racking up tons of stats. However, the Vols beat the Texas A&M Aggies, a team with better talent, 20-13 in a game where only 10 points didn’t come on special teams or get set up by the defense. What does this say about the program?

Torchbearers, report card in Tennessee Football win

In a defensive, run game and special teams effort, it was pretty clear which units were most valuable in helping the Vols beat A&M, and it was also pretty clear which units held them back. Who were the best players that helped carried the units that were so successful for UT in the game on Saturday?

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Spencer Riley on Tennessee Football win

Former Tennessee Football offensive lineman Spencer Riley joins the show to analyze the play of the Vols in their victory over the Aggies, specifically the play of the offensive line with Cooper Mays back at center once again. He also discusses the penalties up front that killed multiple drives.

Rankings, line show perception of Tennessee Football

After beating Texas A&M, Tennessee Football moved up to No. 17 in the AP Poll and No. 15 in the Coaches Poll. Meanwhile, they are 9.5-point underdogs to the Alabama Crimson Tide on the road this Saturday. What do these rankings and the opening line say about the national perception of the Vols right now?

SEC Power Rankings, Week 7 recap

There is still one undefeated team in the Southeastern Conference along with four one-loss teams. How do they all stack up against each other in the league right now? Also, what is the state of college football as a whole this season after a thrilling slate of games that occurred during Week 7?

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