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Tennessee Football fans and Will Levis; Transfer news; Florida State boycott; Manningcast calling CFB games

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As expected, the transfer portal has taken off, and Tennessee Football continues to be affected. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss two more Vols entering the portal Monday with one announcing his return. Transfer quarterbacks also made news. The Manningcast, Will Levis and Florida State also warranted coverage on Off the Hook Sports’ Tuesday, Dec. 12 podcast.

Two more Tennessee Football DBs enter portal

On Monday, Tennessee Football lost its fifth and sixth defensive backs to the transfer portal in De’Shawn Rucker and Tamarion McDonald. That coincides with Kamal Hadden and Jaylen McCollough graduating as well. What’s driving this mass exodus in the secondary? Is it something that should concern UT fans?

Gerald Mincey announces return

While Tennessee Football did lose two defensive backs, offensive lineman Gerald Mincey announced his return to the Vols. That makes for two of five starters up front who will be back, as John Campbell Jr. is returning as well. Cooper Mays and Javontez Spraggins are still up in the air. How big of a deal is this?

Manningcast to call Tennessee-Florida

With the SEC coming to ESPN, the Manningcast will call college games next year. Peyton and Eli Manning will call the two Oct. 12 games between the Ole Miss Rebels and LSU Tigers and then Tennessee Vols and Florida Gators. How great of a deal is this for ESPN given how entertaining this group has been on Monday Night Football?

Which transfer portal QBs end up in the SEC?

Some of the most high-profile quarterbacks in college football are in the transfer portal. Dillon Gabriel just transferred from the Oklahoma Sooners to the Oregon Ducks. Which quarterbacks are most likely to end up in the SEC and be a threat to Tennessee Football? Is it possible the Vols land any of them?

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Are fans of Tennessee Football bias against Will Levis?

Titans quarterback Will Levis led a two-touchdown comeback in three minutes Monday night to beat the Miami Dolphins on the road, but the fan base in Nashville is not as high on him. Is that because many of them are Tennessee Football fans who saw the way he struggled with the Kentucky Wildcats the previous two seasons?

Could FSU boycott bowl?

Rumors are swirling that the Florida State Seminoles may boycott the Orange Bowl after becoming the first undefeated Power Five team to be left out of the College Football Playoff. What would be the ramifications of this long-term? Can bowl games coexist with the playoff once it expands to 12 teams?

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