Lee’s Open Letter to Fans Lacks Substance

There is no way to sugarcoat it, Vanderbilt’s image has taken a hit over the past month. After several allegations of sexual assault against current and past football players (including one expulsion) came to light, the university announced it was officially eliminating the athletics communications department. The move resulted in the layoffs of longtime employees... Continue Reading →

Commodores Land 2020 Point Guard Trevon Thomas

Yesterday, Crestwood Prep (Ontario, Canada) Point Guard, Trevon Thomas announced his commitment to Coach Jerry Stackhouse and the Vanderbilt Commodores. Thomas averaged 24.2 points, 4.7 assists, 5.9 rebounds and almost 4 steals a game last year for Crestwood Prep. He’s not currently ranked, which isn’t unusual among international recruits, but he’s proven he can play... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Basketball Roster Preview

While Jerry Stackhouse and company certainly didn’t turn any heads during his 1st season on West End, there is definitely something to build on for the future. As disappointing as it sounds, an 11-21 (3-15) record was a success if you really take a dive into what Coach Stackhouse had to work with. After losing... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Football and Basketball Have a New Radio Home

Vanderbilt football and men’s basketball will have a new radio home next season. On Tuesday, the university announced a partnership with Cromwell Media to become their flagship radio station.  Beginning next season, Vandy fans can listen to football and men’s basketball games on 93.3-FM and 830-AM (101.9-FM in Sumner and Robertson Counties).  Previously, games aired... Continue Reading →

4-Star PG Peyton Daniels Commits to Vanderbilt

BOOM! Coach Stackhouse and company strike BIG once again on the recruiting trail. Moments ago 4-Star Point Guard Peyton Daniels announced he will he taking his talents to West End and will be wearing the black and gold! The Atlanta, Georgia native attends Tri-Cities (East Point, GA) Daniels, interestingly enough, played on Coach Stackhouse’s AAU... Continue Reading →

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