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See Tennessee Football’s Regular Season Win Over/Under For 2023 Season

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Tennessee football begins its spring practice Monday morning as the college football regular season is still over five months away. But that isn’t stopping sportsbooks from putting out lines and team regular season over/unders.

FanDuel released a number of regular season over/under Thursday morning including Tennessee. The sportsbook set the Vols over/under at 8.5 regular season wins after the school’s best football season in two decades.

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Other team win totals FanDuel released included Georgia (11.5), Michigan (10.5), Notre Dame (8.5) and LSU (8.5). Tennessee’s over/under win total was 8.5 last season before the Vols went 10-2 in the regular season on the back of an elite season for quarterback Hendon Hooker.

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Tennessee capped off its first 10-win regular season since 2003 by knocking off Clemson in the Orange Bowl to earn the program’s first 11-win season since 2001.

With Hooker sidelined with a season ending knee injury, Joe Milton III quarterbacked Tennessee to the New Years Six bowl win over Clemson. While Tennessee enters spring practice with an open competition at quarterback, Milton will likely be the Vols’ starting signal caller when they open the season against Virginia.

Other key players Tennessee is looking to replace include receivers Jalin Hyatt and Cedric Tillman, offensive tackle Darnell Wright, defensive end Byron Young and inside linebacker Jeremy Banks.

Head coach Josh Heupel is 18-8 in his two seasons in Knoxville and the Vols are looking to avoid a drop off after last season’s resurgent run.

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