Sarah Fuller Makes History, Vanderbilt Dominated

At least someone at Vanderbilt scored a win Saturday, the athletic department.  Just look at the latest tone deaf tweet from athletic director Candace Storey Lee: https://twitter.com/VandyAD/status/1332728735368286213?s=20 I want to make it crystal clear at the start that this is nothing against Sarah Fuller.  I have two young daughters who are avid Vanderbilt Soccer fans. ... 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 →

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 →

5 Key Takeaways: Kentucky

Vanderbilt starts the season 0-6 for the first time since 1998 and lost it’s 10th straight SEC contest as the Wildcats ran all over the Commodores 38-35.  While Vandy continues to show a lot of fight and the game was never a blowout, a couple of late touchdowns in the final minutes by the Commodores... 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 →

5 Key Takeaways: Mississippi State

Commodore fans finally had an entertaining game that was up for grabs in the fourth quarter for the first time since the season opener at Texas A&M.  And while like most Commodore fans I’m not big into “moral victories” there were at least some real positives we could take away from this one: Dominating Every... Continue Reading →

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