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Tennessee Football future with Nico Iamaleava; Vols keys vs. Georgia; Eli Drinkwitz; Week 12 bets

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Does Tennessee Football have a shot against the Georgia Bulldogs? Mike Griffith and Josh Ward join Off the Hook Sports’ Thursday, Nov. 16 podcast to preview that matchup. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker ask if the Vols are playing with house money, discuss Josh Heupel and Eli Drinkwitz drama and give their picks for the week.

Does Tennessee Football have anything left to lose in 2023?

Given the fact that Tennessee Football can’t win the SEC East or make the College Football Playoff, their starting quarterback in Joe Milton III won’t be here next year and they have an extremely bright future with Nico Iamaleava, are the Vols playing the rest of the season with house money? Should they really care if they finish 8-5 or 10-3?

Eli Drinkwitz seemingly takes shot at Josh Heupel

In their postgame handshake last week after the Missouri Tigers beat Tennessee Football 36-7, Mizzou head coach Eli Drinkwtiz told Vols head coach Josh Heupel, “We stand on business Josh.” He said it right as the handshake happened and then immediately walked away. Is this corny, or does UT need to accept it given last year?

Josh Ward previews Tennessee Football vs. Georgia?

What are some reasons Tennessee Football has a chance to upset the Georgia Bulldogs this Saturday? Will the Vols themselves have the right mindset given the fact that they have nothing left to play for? Josh Ward of 99.1 The Sports Animal joins the show to break both things down and discuss his article on the matter, which you can see here.

Mike Griffith talks Tennessee Football vs. Georgia

How can we expect the UGA Dawgs to play when they visit Tennessee Football on Saturday after a dominating win over the Ole Miss Rebels last week the clinch the SEC East? Mike Griffith of DawgNation joins the show to discuss the mindset of Kirby Smart’s program and UGA’s track record of playing down to opponents the past two years.

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Week 12 picks and bets

Two SEC teams play FCS schools this week, and five more have games against Group of Five non-conference foes. Six play each other, and the Vanderbilt Commodores are on a bye. Since we don’t gamble on FCS games, that gives us eight games to pick, and there are three more involving two top 25 teams this weekend.

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