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Tennessee Football: Nico Iamaleava; Vols in Super Bowl; Dalton Knecht

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The Super Bowl is set, and Tennessee Football will be represented. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss that on Off the Hook Sports’ Monday, Jan. 29 podcast along with Josh Heupel, Nico Iamaleava, the coaching carousel in college football and returning Vols. They also touch on Dalton Knecht and UT basketball.

Which Tennessee Football players must improve?

If Tennessee Football is going to have the success fans expect with Nico Iamaleava at quarterback in 2024, numerous Vols have to step up their game from 2023. Who are the players UT most needs to dramatically improve heading into next year. Which of them could turn the Vols into title contenders?

Former Tennessee Football players in the Super Bowl

With the Kansas City Chiefs beating the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers beating the Detroit Lions, Tennessee Football has three former players headed to the Super Bowl: Trey Smith, Jauan Jennings and Jerome Carvin. Who is the most beloved former Vol between Smith and Jennings?

Could Nico Iamaleava win a Super Bowl right now?

What would happen if Nico Iamaleava started for an NFL team right now? Does he really need college? Would he have led the Ravens to a win over the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game Sunday if he got the start over Lamar Jackson? How quickly would he master an offense?

Where Josh Heupel will rank in SEC AFTER Nico

With Nick Saban’s retirement and the addition of the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners, Tennessee Football head coach Josh Heupel is considered a middle of the pack coach in the SEC. Where will he rank, though, after two years with Nico Iamaleava?

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College football’s BEST coaching hire

Sherrone Moore to the Michigan Wolverines as Jim Harbaugh’s replacement completes the college football head coaching carousel for 2023 heading into 2024. Who was the best hire in the nation? Where does Moore specifically rank in that group?

Dalton Knecht Player of the Year?

As Tennessee basketball beat the Vanderbilt Commodores 75-62 on the road Saturday, Dalton Knecht had another 30-point game, dropping 32. Is the Vols’ go-to scorer now in the conversation for National Player of the Year?

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