For the first time this season, we’ll see how Vanderbilt rebounds from a loss after Wake Forest handled the Commodores 45-25 on a rainy afternoon in Nashville. Their next challenge: defending Mid-American Conference Champion Northern Illinois Huskies for a 2:30pm CT showdown Saturday in DeKalb, Illinois. Vandy and NIU have played four times all time... Continue Reading →
Wake Preview: What Does Hartman’s Return Mean For Vandy?
The time has come to separate the boys from the men. As expected, Vanderbilt took care of Elon Saturday evening to start 2-0 for the first time since 2018, also equaling their win total for the 2021 season. Although a couple of late scores from Elon made things a little interesting, the Commodores were never... Continue Reading →
Elon Preview: Can The Dores Replicate Their Dominance On Saturday?
What a difference a year makes. After the disappointing home blowout loss to FCS opponent ETSU in the first game last year, Vanderbilt football fans were wondering if they were starting down the barrel of another winless season. This time, after a predictably slow start, the Commodores left no doubt about picking up their first... Continue Reading →
Hawaii Preview: Can Vandy Avoid Another Tragic Season Opener?
As difficult as it is to believe, game week is upon us. Vanderbilt is set to take on the Rainbow Warriors ofHawaii in a Week Zero matchup Saturday evening at 9:30 local time. Coach Clark Lea and his team willbe looking to improve upon a 2-10 record after his first year coaching the Commodores. As... Continue Reading →
VandyBoys: Projected 1st-Round Pick Andrew Dutkanych to Forego MLB Draft
Vanderbilt baseball coach Tim Corbin received some good news this weekend as RHP Andrew Dutkanych formally announced he is withdrawing from the 2022 MLB draft and will honor his commitment to the Commodores. https://twitter.com/andrewdutkanych/status/1541041572405547009?s=20&t=-ajESdYjeLo3NcNKbuUDgw As a potential first-rounder Dutkanych is the first prominent player to pull out of the draft, which runs July 17-19. The... Continue Reading →
Scotty Pippen Jr. Signs with Lakers
After Scotty Pippen Jr. didn’t hear his name called on NBA draft night, he quickly signed a two-way contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. https://twitter.com/spippenjr/status/1540231207614664705?s=20&t=cqtREwJYYUjLN02kVNDPoA It will be a homecoming of sorts for Pippen who played high school basketball at Sierra Canyon School, which happens to be where Lakers star Lebron James’ son is currently... Continue Reading →
Jerry Stackhouse Finalizes 2022-23 Roster
Vanderbilt basketball coach Jerry Stackhouse appears to have finalized his roster for the 2022-23 season with the commitment of UTEP graduate transfer Keonte Kennedy. https://twitter.com/KeonteKennedy/status/1523063350627766272?s=20&t=QPRHTldJSTsAaQOTyr0oLA The 6’5” 180-pound two-way wing will fill the final scholarship which suddenly became available when Gabe Dorsey entered the transfer portal in April, recently committing to CAA (Colonial Athletic Conference)... Continue Reading →
Coach Stackhouse Has Finalized His 2022-23 Roster
Monday was an eventful day for the Vanderbilt Men’s Basketball program with the point guard situation for the 2022-23 season coming into focus. As most expected, Scotty Pippen Jr. announced through social media that he would be entering the NBA draft. Pippen tested the NBA waters a year ago before electing to return to the... Continue Reading →
The Future Looks Bright For Commodore Basketball
As Scotty Pippen Jr.’s last-second prayer bounced off the backboard against Xavier, suddenly the season was over. The Commodores were bounced by the Musketeers in the third round of the NIT by a score of 75-73. Vandy fans are now left to reflect on Coach Jerry Stackhouse’s third season while looking ahead to his pivotal... Continue Reading →
2021 Football Season Recap; Is There Hope for 2022?
Clark Lea: "I’ve never been more energized for where we’re headed" And just like that, the season ended. As expected, Vanderbilt concluded the 2021 season with road losses to Ole Miss and Tennessee, finishing winless in the SEC for the second straight year. And also as expected, neither game was competitive. The Commodores lost to... Continue Reading →