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Tennessee Football roster; Lady Vols commitment; Lane Kiffin; Bowls

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Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss the Tennessee Football depth chart for 2024, a new addition to the Lady Vols women’s basketball team, Nico Iamaleava and a tweet by Ole Miss Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin. Off the Hook Sports’ Monday, May 6 podcast also takes a look at the proposal to expand bowl games.

Projecting Tennessee Football depth chart

With spring practice over and the transfer portal window closed, Tennessee Football likely has its personnel set for the 2024 season. Assuming there are no injuries, what does that mean the 2024 depth chart will look like when the season kicks off?

Nico Iamaleava flying under the radar?

Although Tennessee Football fans know Nico Iamaleava was special, and although he was a five-star quarterback, could national media be ignoring him? A CBS Sports list ranking the top highly touted recruits who have already made a splash ignored him but put Arch Manning on there.

Samara Spencer commits to Lady Vols

Kim Caldwell continues her work on the recruiting trail. Arkansas Razorbacks rising senior transfer guard Samara Spencer committed to the Tennessee Lady Vols women’s basketball team over the weekend. Spencer has averaged double figures all three years in college and was 2022 SEC Freshman of the Year.

Lane Kiffin tweets at Tennessee Football

Ole Miss Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin tweeted at Tennessee Football a profile he found of his family recently, one that involves his ex-wife, from when they were on Rocky Top in 2009. Does Kiffin regret leaving the Vols? How much does he miss UT and the family he had back then?

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Josh Turbyville interview

With Charles Campbell gone, Tennessee Football has an opening for a new place kicker. Josh Turbyville, who plays the position for UT, joins the show to discuss the situation at that position. Will he or J.T. Carver start there? Who will handle kickoff duties?

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