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State of Tennessee Football after 8-4 season; Which players boosters should pay to return; Week 13 CFB recap;

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Just like that, the 2023 college football regular season has come to an end. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss the state of Tennessee Football after an 8-4 year, look at players NIL should keep around and recap the Vols win over the Vanderbilt Commodores along with the weekend in general in the SEC and the nation. Spencer Riley joins the show.

What is the state of the Tennessee Football program?

Josh Heupel’s third season as head coach of Tennessee Football saw a program that started out in the top 10 finish the regular season 8-4 and on the fringes of the top 25. However, they did replace their quarterback and Biletnikoff Award winner at receiver while suffering a ton of injuries. Is this season’s performance cause for concern?

Torchbearers, grades in Tennessee Football win vs. Vanderbilt

Despite a difficult regular season, Tennessee Football had a strong finish with a 48-24 win over the Vanderbilt Commodores. Who were the best players in that game, and what is the report card for the Vols based on each position units performance in what turned out to be an emotional Senior Day win?

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Spencer Riley talks Tennessee Football win vs. Vanderbilt

Former Tennessee Football offensive lineman Spencer Riley makes his weekly appearance on the show to discuss the Vols blowing out Vandy to close out the regular season. Who stood out for him in the game? What does the performance say about certain players given that it was against a bad team?

Which Vols should booster pay to keep?

There are certain seniors who have another year of eligibility left and may not be high draft picks if they go out next year. Among them are Keenan Pili and Cooper Mays. Which seniors, and even underclassmen testing the NFL Draft waters, should Tennessee Football boosters cobble up enough NIL money to keep?

Week 13 CFB recap, SEC Power rankings

A wild coaching search for the Texas A&M Aggies that started with Mark Stoops and ended with Mike Elko headlined the weekend in college football. As far as on the field, the Alabama Crimson Tide survived the Auburn Tigers, and the Ohio State Buckeyes lost a close one to the Michigan Wolverines.

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