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Tennessee Basketball falls to UK; Kellie Harper, Lady Vols choke; CFP

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Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss the state of Tennessee Basketball after it lost to the Kentucky Wildcats to close out the 2023-24 regular season. Off the Hook Sports’ also discusses the Lady Vols, women’s basketball in general, UT Football on the defensive line heading into spring practice and more College Football Playoff news.

Kentucky beats Tennessee Basketball

After beating three straight ranked teams to clinch the SEC Regular Season championship outright, Tennessee Basketball fell at home to the Kentucky Wildcats 85-81 on Senior Day in its final regular season game of 2023-24. What was behind the loss? How big of a deal is it in the grand scheme of things?

Is Tennessee Basketball tournament ready?

Given how Tennessee Basketball looked in its loss at home to Kentucky, are their concerns about the Vols heading into the postseason? How ready are they for the SEC Tournament and the NCAA Tournament? Is depth becoming a problem? Do they have other weaknesses that UK exposed?

Kellie Harper, Tennessee Lady Vols choke

In the SEC Tournament women’s basketball semifinals, the South Carolina Gamecocks banked in a three at the last second to beat the Tennessee Lady Vols. Kellie Harper led an epic choke job with horrendous coaching in the final seconds, which came on the heels of Jasmine Powell missing two free throws.

Should UT care about women’s basketball?

Once again, Harper and the Lady Vols are underachieving, but they are hitting the baseline of revenue for the sport compared to other programs across the country. Should Danny White even care beyond that, or is it bad to let a school like the Vols fall so far behind given the storylines happening in the sport?

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Spring preview for Tennessee Football: DL

Heading into spring practice, defensive line figures to be a strength for Tennessee Football. The Vols have reliable tackles in Omarr Norman-Lott and Omari Thomas, tons of other players with potential, and their edge rushers are the strength of the SEC with James Pearce Jr. leading the way.

College Football Playoff negotiations at odds

As conferences and leagues are already discussing expanding the CFB Playoff to 14 teams, the negotiations have hit an impasse over the SEC and Big Ten. Those two leagues are jockeying for automatic byes in the CFP, to the chagrin of everybody else. However, don’t they have that right?

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