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Tennessee Football QB and WR classes; Vols Polynesian pipeline; NCAA Florida probe

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It certainly doesn’t seem like the offseason for Tennessee Football after the monster weekend the Vols had on the trail. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss the aftermath of that on Off the Hook Sports’ Tuesday, Jan. 23 podcast along with the Florida Gators, the basketball Vols and coaches without a title.

Top 5 class or generational QB?

What’s more important for Tennessee Football: Having a top five recruiting class or a generational talent at quarterback. Would the Vols under Josh Heupel be better off with four top five classes on their roster or no top 10 classes but one elite signal-caller? Is it possible they can end up with both or neither?

What to expect from Tennessee Football WR class

After Mike Matthews demonstrated his speed in his offensive MVP performance during the Polynesian Bowl, expectations are through the roof for him and the Tennessee Football wide receivers in general going forward. Should we expect anything from the 2024 class with him and Braylon Staley?

Polynesian pipeline for Tennessee Football

In addition to Matthews and Jordan Ross standing out in the Polynesian Bowl, Matthews is the second straight offensive MVP from the game committed to UT. Nico Iamaleava, who is Polynesian himself, won it last year. Meanwhile, Tennessee Football has linebacker Keenan Pili and just added Stanford Cardinal transfer defensive lineman Jaxson Moi, both of Polynesian descent.

Next coach to win national title

Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh just won his first national championship and is off the list of high-profile coaches without one. Who will be the next coach to win his first national title? How high up should Josh Heupel be on that list? Where does he rank in comparison to Lincoln Riley and Ryan Day?

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Florida NCAA probe

The NCAA is investigating the Florida Gators over last year’s Jaden Rashada incident. Rashada had committed to UF and was reportedly promised a certain amount of NIL money that was not delivered. He then decommitted and went to the Arizona State Sun Devils. How bad of a look is this for the program?

Dalton Knecht SEC Player of the Week

Amidst two more dominating performances by Tennessee Basketball, Dalton Knecht was named SEC Player of the Week once again. Beyond the Vols, is it time to start comparing Knecht to some of the greatest legends in the history of the conference, from Charles Barkley to Shaquille O’Neal?

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