Source: “The entire offense is upset with Lynch’s play calling”

Woah. I have been very vocal about my opinion of this staff’s approach to the offensive side of the football. The gameplan week in, week out is predictable, complacent, unimaginative, and unsuccessful. My criticisms have remained consistent throughout the year: Predictable 1st and 2nd down play calling, especially early in gamesOvercomplicated scheme – K.I.S.S (Keep... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Lands Talented Class of 2022 Duo

At approximately 7:45pm Central Standard Time, Vanderbilt sent shockwaves through college basketball and moved back toward national relevance with the commitments of teammates Lee Dort and Noah Shelby. Growing concerns about Jerry Stackhouse and his ability to recruit at a high level were creeping into the back of the minds of even the most optimistic... Continue Reading →

Ingram Aircraft Visits Charlotte

by Will Byrum (Twitter @TheWillByrum) Here we are again. Tracking flights of the Ingram Industries' plane. It is nice in a year where nothing feels normal to be back obsessively checking flight plans to get an early idea of who Vanderbilt is pursuing to fill a vacant head coaching role. For all of you with... Continue Reading →

Game 7 Predictions: Florida

Dan Mullen, Heisman frontrunner Kyle Trask, and the rest of the talented Florida Gators offense roll into Nashville tomorrow. This Gator team has been, in one word, explosive. Kyle Trask has been statistically on the same level as number 1 overall pick Joe Burrow was during his Heisman winning campaign in 2019. Vanderbilt's struggling secondary... Continue Reading →

Game 6 Predictions: Kentucky

Derek Mason is looking to right the ship as the 0-5 Commodores take on the 2-4 Wildcats. Vanderbilt faces a very different opponent this week than they have in the past 2. Kentucky is a run first team that rarely passes the ball, just 38% of plays. For context, Mississippi St. leads the nation in... Continue Reading →

Game 4 Predictions: Ole Miss

This week the Commodores take on a 1-4 Ole Miss who is coming off a controversial loss to Auburn. Coach Lane Kiffin and staff are looking to get the Lane Train back on track against Vanderbilt. The line has fluctuated throughout the week with Vanderbilt between a 16 and 18 point underdog. The line has... Continue Reading →

BREAKING: QB Danny Clark Has Left the Team

According to multiple sources close to the team, Junior QB Danny Clark has left the team. The former 4-star recruit was toward the top of the Quarterback battle during fall camp before ultimately losing out to Freshman Ken Seals. Clark is no stranger to transferring. The left handed signal caller committed to Kentucky out of... Continue Reading →

Week 3 Predictions: South Carolina

Week 3 predictions are here. Let's take a look at the predictions from last week and who has been the most accurate through 2 weeks. This week the Commodores take on a fellow 0-2 SEC opponent desperately seeking their first win: South Carolina. The Gamecocks are coming off of a tight loss against Tennessee (31-27)... Continue Reading →

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