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Tennessee Football: State of the program; Jimbo Fisher; Wild Michigan saga

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It’s a monster time for college athletics with basketball and football season underway. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker focus on the gridiron and Tennessee Football for Off the Hook Sports’ Monday, Nov. 13 podcast, discussing the Vols’ loss, who’s at fault and what’s in store for them. Coach firings, power rankings and Week 11 as a whole also generated coverage. Spencer Riley joins.

What is the state of Tennessee Football?

After a bad 36-7 loss to the Missouri Tigers to fall to 7-3 on the season, what is the state of Tennessee Football in Josh Heupel’s third year? Is this season already a disappointment? Could it be time for Vol fans to panic about the future of the program under Heupel given how bad they looked in Saturday’s game? What about the road woes?

Grades, torchbearers, blame pie for Missouri

There were lots of people to call out after Tennessee Football suffered a horrendous loss on the road to Mizzou over the weekend. Who was most at fault for the performance? How did each of the position units grade out? Were there any players who deserved shoutouts for their play despite such an embarrassing, lopsided game?

Spencer Riley talks Tennessee Football

Former Tennessee Football offensive lineman Spencer Riley joins the show to discuss what happened to the Vols in their loss to Mizzou over the weekend. Why weren’t they able to run the ball? Were the Tigers truly the more physical team in the game? What can UT do to correct its issues heading into another huge SEC matchup?

Can Tennessee Football upset Georgia

Coming off such a bad loss, Tennessee Football fell to No. 21 in the AP Poll and No. 19 in the Coaches Poll. The Vols are 9.5-point underdogs to the Georgia Bulldogs now, who just blew out the Ole Miss Rebels. What are UT’s chances of pulling off an upset in this game? Are they as clearly outmatched as they seem to be?

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SEC Power Rankings: Jimbo Fisher, Zach Arnett fired

The top two teams of the Southeastern Conference are pretty clear now after the Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide dominated. Meanwhile, the Texas A&M Aggies have fired Jimbo Fisher, and the Mississippi State Bulldogs have fired Zach Arnett. What does this mean for the state of the programs in the league? We discuss in our SEC Power Rankings.

Week 11 recap: Michigan shuts up everybody

Before the college football coaching carousel kicked off Sunday, the Michigan Wolverines were the story of the sport. Without Jim Harbaugh, they dominated the Penn State Nittany Lions to remain undefeated, proving they didn’t need to cheat and that they truly are elite. What other storylines stood out from Week 11 of the 2023 college football season?

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