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Tennessee Football commit shades Colorado; Vols NIL woes; Florida CFP probe

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Separate Twitter shades, one from a Tennessee Football commit and the other directed at a former Vols player, headline Off the Hook Sports’ Wednesday, Dec. 13 podcast. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker also talk Florida’s CFP investigation and UT basketball. Jimmy Hyams joins the show to discuss Nico Iamaleava and NIL money.

Is Nico Iamaleava’s NIL a problem for Tennessee Football?

It was a national story in the summer of 2022 when Nico Iamaleava reportedly received $8 million to commit to Tennessee Football. Tyler Baron, who hit the transfer portal last Friday, liked a tweet in November suggesting resentment over that. How big of a problem is Iamaleava’s name, image and likeness amount for the team?

Basketball Vols beat Georgia Southern

Jonas Aidoo had 29 points and 11 rebounds as Tennessee Basketball beat the Georgia Southern Eagles 74-56 Tuesday night. Is Aidoo turning into the Vols’ biggest inside threat and most reliable big man since Grant Williams was on the team? What is his potential this year after hitting double figures in three straight games?

Marvin Harrison Jr. shades Jalin Hyatt

Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. generated controversy by winning the Biletnikoff Award over Malik Nabers of the LSU Tigers despite Nabers having better stats. Harrison then responded to a reporter agreeing that Nabers should be mad at Jalin Hyatt for winning it last year, which would’ve meant this year wouldn’t go to Harrison as a make-up award.

Colorado shaded by Tennessee Football commit

Bennett Warren, a four-star offensive lineman committed to Tennessee Football for 2024, was courted by a fan of the Colorado Buffaloes earlier this week encouraging him to commit. Warren then responded saying he would never be a part of Colorado, but then he deleted the tweet. What does this all mean?

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Florida AG to investigate CFP

The Florida Attorney General has launched an investigation into the College Football Playoff over the Florida State Seminoles being excluded. What would be the legal case on behalf of FSU? Given the fact that Florida St. rejected the SEC in 1990 and the ACC rejected CFB playoff expansion two years ago, is there really any case?

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