Scotty Pippen Jr: “Run It Back”

Will he or won’t he?  Scotty Pippen Jr. certainly kept fans in suspense since declaring for the NBA draft in April but keeping open the possibility of a return to school as he declined to hire an agent.  With the draft withdrawal fast approaching at midnight ET on July 7, at the 11th hour, literally,... Continue Reading →

VandyBoys Fall Short After a Wild Ride

Vanderbilt’s dreams of a repeat baseball championship ended with a 9-0 loss to Mississippi State, ending the craziest Commodore World Series run ever.   To recap:  It started with a back and forth contest with Arizona which the Dores finally took in the 12th inning.  Next, a single homerun was the only blemish in Leiter’s otherwise... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Basketball’s Roster Overhaul Continues

Vanderbilt basketball continued its offseason roster overhaul Wednesday with the addition of Gardner-Webb transfer Jamaine Mann.   Mann, a 6’6” 225 lb. forward, averaged 6.8 points, 5,3 rebounds, and 0.7 assists as a freshman this past season with the Runnin’ Bulldogs.  He started 10 of 26 games, shooting 51.6% from the field, 30.8% from three, and... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Fires WBB Head Coach Stephanie White

On March 5, Adam Sparks, Vanderbilt’s beat writer for the Tennessean, reported Stephanie White would be returning to coach her sixth season for the Commodores. Not so fast.  On Tuesday, Vandy Athletic Director Candice Lee announced White will not be returning after all. “I want to thank Stephanie for her efforts over these past five... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Launches $300M Athletics Campaign Dedicated to Football and Basketball

Vanderbilt fans are rejoicing Monday as Chancellor Daniel Diermeier and Athletics Director Candice Storey Lee formally announced the Vandy United Fund, an ambitious $300 million dollar investment into athletics. Vanderbilt has already identified $200 million of that goal, with $100 million coming from the university, $90 million coming from anonymous donors, and $10 million from... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Coach Jerry Stackhouse

Coach Stackhouse, First off congratulations on your impressive victory over Mississippi State.  In what has been a challenging season, it was great to see you and your team enjoy some well-earned success. You have forgotten more basketball than I’ll ever know, so I certainly would never presume to tell you how to coach.  However, as... Continue Reading →

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