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Tennessee Lady Vols new head coach; John Calipari to Arkansas

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Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker spend the majority of Off the Hook Sports’ Monday, April 8 podcast discussing new coaching hires. The Tennessee Lady Vols named their women’s basketball head coach and the Kentucky Wildcats lost John Calipari to the Arkansas Razorbacks. They also discuss UT Football.

Kim Caldwell named Tennessee Lady Vols coach

On Sunday, UT Athletic Director Danny White announced that Marshall Thundering Herd head coach Kim Caldwell had been hired to replace Kellie Harper as the Tennessee Lady Vols head coach. The hire breaks UT’s tradition of keeping the program within the Pat Summitt family. How qualified is Caldwell for the job?

Did Tennessee Lady Vols go cheap with hire?

New Tennessee Lady Vols head coach Kim Caldwell was not as high on fans’ radar as many other head coaches. Was the administration trying to save money with the move? Is that a good thing given the fact that women’s basketball is not a revenue producing sport? Does it matter relative to the hire?

John Calipari to Arkansas

In a shocker Sunday night, the Arkansas Razorbacks hired away Kentucky Wildcats men’s basketball head coach John Calipari to replace Eric Musselman, who left to take over the USC Trojans. Why did Calipari leave? What does this mean for the Hogs as a program and the SEC in general? Is this a good move?

Kentucky Wildcats coaching search

Who will Kentucky basketball hire for its new head coach? Is it even that attractive of a job anymore? Will Mitch Barnhart shoot for the stars or hire an up and comer? How much will UK have to pay to get the head coach they want? Could another prominent coach in the SEC leave and take the job?

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Tight ends developing for Tennessee Football

As spring practice continues on Rocky Top, the tight ends are an unknown commodity given the departures of Jacob Warren and McCallan Castles. Alec Abeln recently spoke about the young players on the team. Does this unit have the most untapped potential of anybody?

Will Tennessee Football rely on freshmen?

Josh Heupel’s NIL focus this offseason was for Tennessee Football to keep the players already in the program. Given that and the fact that this is almost entirely his team now, will he rely less or more on freshmen than years past? How many freshmen could work their way into the starting lineup?

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