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Tennessee Football toughest September game; Nico Iamaleava impact; SEC, B1G newcomers

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Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss the hardest September game for Tennessee Football, Bru McCoy’s potential, which Vols will benefit most from Nico Iamaleava and offensive line recruiting on Rocky Top. Off the Hook Sports’ Wednesday, May 15 podcast also covers UT on the diamond and SEC and Big Ten newcomers.

What impact will Nico Iamaleava have on other Vols?

A great quarterback can make lots of players around him better, and Tennessee Football signal-caller Nico Iamaleava certainly has that potential. Who is most likely to benefit from Iamaleava’s play on the field in 2024, assuming Iamaleava lives up to all the hype that has been surrounding him?

Bru McCoy’s potential with Tennessee Football

Continuing our countdown of the most important Tennessee Football players for 2024, Bru McCoy is expected to be the Vols’ go-to wide receiver despite missing the second half of last season with a broken leg. How much of a difference-maker will he be? In what ways will he help Iamaleava?

OL recruiting a problem for Tennessee Football in 2025

Although they have four starters right now who should be elite, Tennessee Football has very little depth on the offensive line. The Vols also don’t have a lot of potential replacements for Cooper Mays, Javontez Spraggins and John Campbell Jr., who could all be gone after this year. How much of a red flag is their lack of recruiting up front?

Is N.C. St. or Oklahoma: Vols’ toughest September game?

Conventional wisdom says Tennessee Football will face its first test the second week of the season against the North Carolina State Wolfpack in Charlotte, but the Vols’ first game as an underdog will be a visit to the Oklahoma Sooners two weeks later. However, could N.C. State actually be tougher than OU?

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Which SEC/B1G newcomers will get exposed?

Speaking of OU, they are one of six newcomers in the two primary college football conferences now, the Southeastern Conference and Big Ten. Joining them in the SEC will be the Texas Longhorns, and the Big Ten is adding the USC Trojans, UCLA Bruins, Oregon Ducks and Washington Huskies. Who is in for the rudest awakening?

Baseball vs. Softball Vols: Who’s more likely to win national title?

This week, the Tennessee Lady Vols softball program will begin the NCAA Tournament as a No. 3 overall seed. Meanwhile, Tennessee Baseball enters the final week of the regular season as the favorite to be the No. 1 overall seed when postseason play begins there. Which program is more likely to win the championship?

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