So, another season of football follies is almost upon us. Pete Fox, VandyMania’s resident curmudgeon, returns with his weekly SEC picks.
Jefferson-Pilot TV’s Dave Neal returns for his sixth season as play-by-play announcer for the SEC Game of the Week. The 2004 season opens Saturday in Nashville with South Carolina at Vanderbilt (kickoff 11:30 am CT). […]
Hopes are running high in season three for Bobby Johnson at Vanderbilt… the Commodores return a wealth of returning starters, including a seasoned, savvy quarterback in Jay Cutler. The final installment of our 2004 SEC […]
Jenni Benningfield was ready to leave August 31 for a season of playing in Spain– but an unexpected phone call at her going-away party changed everything for the former Vanderbilt star. She hastily signed a […]
The Vanderbilt Commodores got back on the winning track Thursday night with a dominating 78-43 victory over the Arkansas Lady Razorbacks in Memorial Gym.
Vanderbilt survived a late Syracuse rally and foul trouble by Chantelle Anderson to earn a 73-65 victory over the Orangewomen Tuesday night in Manley Field House in Syracuse. With Anderson in foul trouble much of […]
If defense wins championships, then Vanderbilt may well be on its way to some great moments this year. Just ask Alabama A&M.; They could tell you about the 28 turnovers they committed, or their game […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn.– The Tennessee Volunteers continued their 20-year gridiron dominance of Vanderbilt with a workmanlike 24-0 victory on a sun-splashed but chilly Saturday afternoon at the Nashville Coliseum. It was the second consecutive year in […]
Saturday’s Vanderbilt-Tennessee game is relatively meaningless in terms of the SEC and national titles… but don’t try to tell Dan Stricker. The senior Commodore wide receiver says beating the Volunteers would be an “incredible thrill.”
NASHVILLE, Tenn.– Alabama’s 12th-ranked Crimson Tide used a stifling defense to roll past Vanderbilt, 30-8, before 36,407 on a chilly Saturday afternoon at Vanderbilt Stadium. The Tide held the Commodores to 162 yards of offense […]