The relationship between a starting quarterback and a backup quarterback can sometimes be contentious, but that’s not the case with Tennessee Vols quarterbacks Hendon Hooker and Joe Milton.

Hooker and Milton appear to have a great relationship, as evidenced by a recent video posted to social media of the two quarterbacks wildly playing a dancing video game at an arcade.

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It doesn’t look like there’s a bit of animosity between the two quarterbacks.

Milton initially won the Vols’ starting quarterback job during fall camp last year. He started the first two games of the season for Tennessee, leading the Volunteers to a win against Bowling Green in his first start.

The former Michigan quarterback, however, was ineffective against Pittsburgh in his second start and he was removed from the game after suffering a lower leg injury in the first half.

Hooker came into the game in relief of Milton and he never handed the job back.

Nearly a year later and Hooker is a darkhorse candidate to win the Heisman Trophy in 2022 while Milton has become mostly an afterthought (despite his incredible physical abilities).

It’s nice to see that Hooker and Milton have a strong relationship. That’s extremely important. The backup quarterback can often be the best tool that a starting quarterback has. If the dialogue between the starter and the backup is good, it will only serve to help the entire offense.

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