Alignment: A New Culture On West End

What do Alabama football, Duke basketball, Notre Dame football, Lakers basketball, UConn women’s basketball, Vanderbilt baseball, Oregon track and field, and Yankees baseball all share?  They each espouse strong cultures that bring accountability to each member of the organization to feel invested in success. It’s true that uniting and defining sets of values are at... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Launches $300M Athletics Campaign Dedicated to Football and Basketball

Vanderbilt fans are rejoicing Monday as Chancellor Daniel Diermeier and Athletics Director Candice Storey Lee formally announced the Vandy United Fund, an ambitious $300 million dollar investment into athletics. Vanderbilt has already identified $200 million of that goal, with $100 million coming from the university, $90 million coming from anonymous donors, and $10 million from... Continue Reading →

Clark Lea’s Staff Begins To Take Shape

Happy New Year Commodore Nation! Below is an updated thread of information compiled on credible reports of who Coach Lea is hiring to fill out his staff at Vanderbilt: AJ Blazek - Offensive Line Coach John Egorugwu - Linebackers... Continue Reading →

Clark Lea Expected To Become Vandy’s Next Head Coach

Notre Dame Defensive Coordinator Clark Lea is expected to accept the head coaching job at Vanderbilt University. He has reportedly already informed his players that he will remain with the Fighting Irish until the conclusion of the season, before he takes control of the Commodores. Lea is no stranger to Nashville, as he... Continue Reading →

Candice Lee Hits A Home Run With New Hires

Vanderbilt fans were greeted with positive news Monday morning as news broke about new hirings within the Vanderbilt athletic department. Tommy McClelland (former athletic director at Louisiana Tech) and Dr. Kristene Kelly (former associate athletics director at Dartmouth) were both hired, the former as the deputy athletic director for external affairs and revenue generation and... Continue Reading →

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