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Tennessee Football WRs; Lady Vol fan base; College football super league; Knox Kiffin

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Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker dive into the Lady Vols women’s basketball fan base on Off the Hook Sports’ Thursday, April 4 podcast. They also discuss Tennessee Football wide receivers, Lane Kiffin’s son and a super league in college football given the recent report of what may be coming to the sport.

Are Tennessee Lady Vol fans a problem?

Although much of Vol Nation approved of UT Athletic Director Danny White’s decision to fire Kellie Harper, many in Rocky Top’s women’s basketball community were upset about the move. Are fans of the Tennessee Lady Vols holding the program back from returning to the level it was under Pat Summitt? What will it take to modernize them?

Should Tennessee Football recruit Knox Kiffin?

Lane Kiffin’s son, 2028 quarterback Knox Kiffin, received his first offer earlier this week from Division II Mississippi College. Should Tennessee Football consider recruiting him? Would that heal the wounds that still exist from Kiffin’s decision to leave the Vols for the USC Troajns over 15 years ago? How much of a fit would he be for Josh Heupel’s system?

Update on Tennessee Football WRs

Spring practice rolls on, and Tennessee Football wide receivers coach Kelsey Pope spoke with the media Wednesday. Is Pope one of the most underrated assistant coaches in the sport? Who will step up for the Vols at slot receiver alongside Squirrel White? Could Dont’e Thornton end up being the comeback player of the year?

College Football presidents in talks for super league

A super league may indeed be coming to college football. According to a report in The Athletic, numerous CFB presidents along with a high-ranking member of the NFL have devised a plan for a super league, which would oversee divisions, payroll and the postseason. How would this look? What should the division and playoff formats be?

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