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Tennessee Football QB Joe Milton opts out of Citrus Bowl; Lane Kiffin; FSU vs. ACC

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With Christmas in the rearview mirror, major bowls are set to begin. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker preview the Tennessee Football Citrus Bowl matchup with the Iowa Hawkeyes. They also discuss assistants who made head coaches, Lane Kiffin and the Florida State Seminoles. Jimmy Hyams and T. Scott Jones join the show.

Nico Iamaleava to start Citrus Bowl

Despite practicing with the team and making the trip down to Orlando, Tennessee Football quarterback Joe Milton III is opting out of the Citrus Bowl. That means the Nico Iamaleava era will begin when the Vols face the Iowa Hawkeyes in Orlando. What does this do for Iamaleava’s Heisman prospects next year? How will Milton be remembered on Rocky Top? Does this put Iamaleava under lots of pressure?

Iowa vs. Tennessee Football WORST Citrus Bowl ever?

Typically, the Citrus Bowl features two of the most highly ranked teams from the SEC and Big Ten facing off. However, Tennessee Football is the sixth best team in the SEC, and Iowa is at best the fourth best team in the Big Ten. Does that make this the worst matchup in the history of the Citrus Bowl? How much does Milton opting out help that?

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Lane Kiffin expectations

Walter Nolen’s commitment to the Ole Miss Rebels means Lane Kiffin is going all in on 2024, but is he putting his career at risk by raising expectations so high with a team that has no chemistry? Could this end up being his undoing? Wouldn’t he have been better settling for what Ole Miss has been doing until he got a better job?

T. Scott Jones breaks down FSU vs. ACC, James Pearce

Attorney T. Scott Jones of Banks & Jones joins the show to break down the Florida State Seminoles vs. the Atlantic Coast Conference and the arguments both sides are making in their lawsuits against each other. Who has a stronger case? How will this shape the landscape of college football? Is FSU just whining in this scenario?

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