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Thank You Coach Mason

On Sunday, Nov. 29th, Candice Storey Lee and the Vanderbilt Athletics Department announced the firing of Derek Mason as head coach of the football program. https://twitter.com/VandyAD/status/1333124851045781504?s=20 The seemingly inevitable move came after Coach Mason led the Commodores to an 0-8 record versus Southeastern Conference opponents during the 2020 season, his seventh at Vanderbilt. His overall... Continue Reading →

RB Re’Mahn Davis Chooses the Commodores

Some important news that has been lost in the chaos surrounding the Vanderbilt football program over this last week, Temple running back Re’Mahn Davis announced he would be transferring to Vandy.  Davis, at 5’9” and 210 lbs., earned Freshman All-American accolades from Pro Football Focus after rushing for 936 yards (4.8 per carry) and 181... Continue Reading →

Commodores Land Commitment From CJ Taylor

The Vanderbilt football program got some positive news Monday night as Coach Mason received his 18th commitment for the 2021 recruiting class. https://twitter.com/seejay2k1/status/1331074243484913664?s=20 3-Star Safety CJ Taylor from Warren County High School (McMinnville, TN) announced he would be committing to the Commodores. Taylor, also played Quarterback for the Pioneers, led Warren County to their first... Continue Reading →

Aaron Nesmith and Saben Lee Drafted

The 2020 NBA Draft saw two Commodores drafted to basketball’s biggest stage. Aaron Nesmith, the former South Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year, was drafted 14th overall to the Boston Celtics after a two year Commodore career that included prolific shooting and scoring under coaches Bryce Drew and Jerry Stackhouse. Saben Lee, the former Commodore... 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 →

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