After a 45-42 loss to Tennessee last Saturday, the Kentucky Wildcats visit the Vanderbilt Commodores on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021 in Nashville. Mark Stoops' team has lost three straight games and is now 6-3 overall and 4-3 in the SEC. Vandy is 2-7 overall and 0-5 in the SEC. Lexington Herald-Leader sports columnist John Clay talked with Chad Bishop of VUCommodores.com about the Commodores. He also talked with Josh Moore of the Herald-Leader about the Wildcats. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. on ESPN2. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The dawgs are coming off of a blowout loss to Bama and are looking to get back on track against a bad Vandy team. Listen in for Jack and Hunter's prediction for this game and other games going on around the country!
Vanderbilt Beat Writer Aria Gerson joins us to break down this week's game against Vanderbilt. She breaks down Vanderbilt's two QB system, the team's strengths and weaknesses, and more.
Kirby Smart said he's got the most athletic front 7 he's ever had. Agree? We dive in on that, the George Pickens sighting at practice and what it means, recap the USC game and look ahead to Vanderbilt with Vandy beat writer Aria Gerson.
New play-by-play man Andrew Allegretta joins the podcast. He and host Chris Lee begin the show by talking about his acclimation to Nashville, then, get into things (and players) they liked during fall camp. Andrew answers a few listener questions about broadcasting, talks about things going on with the VUCommodores app this year, and lists a few things he'll be watching for during the ETSU game.
Our look around the conference continues as we interview Matt Perkins to breakdown Vandy football in 2021 Advertise with us inquiries at email@example.com and be sure to join our patreon. Facebook: Positively Ole Miss Twitter: @TheStevenWillis YouTube: Positively Ole Miss Twitch: positivelyolemiss
This show got us excited. It's almost college football season, and we speak with Matt Perkins. Matt runs several college football podcast and does some work for Rivals. Check it out and GBO and WAR DAMN EAGLE. Follow us on Instagram at instagram.com/eastnashvilleyachtclub and email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I guess, ANCHOR DOWN.
Molly Sims is the top-ranked alumnus of Vanderbilt University. We tout Sims' school as the Commodores are today's latest stop on the pigskin tour of the South. Tropical Storm Fred has formed in the Caribbean and appears to be headed toward Florida. CNBC helps us understand why there is a global computer chip shortage. Also, we have the New York Times Best Sellers Top 5.
Gabe Ikard and Teddy Lehman talk some OU football by discussing OU's big recruiting weekend and react to what they heard from the Sooners at Big 12 Media Day (4:08). In the “National College Football Roundup,” they discuss some of the takeaways from the other 9 teams at Big 12 Media Days (34:47). Gabe and Teddy give you their “Winners/Losers of the Weekend:” Milwaukee Bucks & Vanderbilt football (1:01:08).
On this episode of The Bluebloods, we continue our "SEC in 30 Days" theme with the Vanderbilt Commodores. Host Zach McKinnell is joined by Vanderbilt Football Insider for The Tennessean; Adam Sparks. We breakdown the 2020 season, the hire of Clark Lea, Ken Seals, takeaways from spring practices, and preview the future of Vanderbilt Football. All this and more right here on The Bluebloods! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
Ryan and Matt are joined by Erin Dugan, SEC Network contributor, host of the Fringe Element Podcast, and former Commodore reporter to talk about her vast media experience at Vanderbilt, growing up in a sports family, the future of sports media, and much more.
Robby Stanley and Joe Rexrode discuss the Dak Prescott signing and Isaiah Wilson news with Yahoo's Charles Robinson, and discuss which quarterback(s) could be the first to reach the $50 million/year barrier. Plus, the guys react to Joe's story on Vanderbilt Football's 10-year plan.
Guests on this week's Commodore Hour with Kevin Ingram: -4:10, Vanderbilt men's basketball head coach Jerry Stackhouse -24:30, Vanderbilt Men's Basketball Player Dylan Disu -33:20, Vanderbilt Football alum James Threalkill
Chris Lee and Seabass discuss Vanderbilt's second National Signing Day football class, plus, coach Clark Lea's recent assistant hires. The two touch on the impending departure of provost Susan Wente and how she affected sports at Vanderbilt, and also try to come up with an ideal five for basketball. We end the show with an excerpt of 440 Sports's Braden Gall's interview with Vanderbilt football general manager Barton Simmons, taken from a recent Fringe Element podcast.
Ryan and Matt are back after a holiday hiatus to sit down with former Commodore offensive lineman Justin Geisinger to talk about his experience at Vanderbilt, his former teammate Clark Lea taking over the program, his personal coaching experience and much more.
Excuse Marc's brief technical difficulties, because you'll want to hear the OnlineAthens sports crew break down Wednesday's signing day. Marc Weiszer, Ryne Dennis and Jeremy Johnson tell you who to watch for, what to expect and what it means for the Bulldogs in the future. Brock Vandagriff, Amarius Mims, a pair of star linebackers, this class looks impressive. Also, why Vandy backed out and what to expect from a Bowl this year for the Bulldogs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ryan and Matt are joined by former Vanderbilt OL Bruno Reagan and VandySports.com publisher Chris Lee to talk about the ongoing coaching search, the game with Tennessee this coming weekend, some of their more ridiculous Commodore memories, and a whole lot more.
Ryan and Matt are joined by former Commodores Offensive Lineman Jake Bernstein to talk about the latest news in the Vanderbilt football program, including Sarah Fuller breaking the gender barrier in Power 5 football, the firing of Derek Mason, and who the program should target for their next head coach.
Chiefs are almost unbeatable, unless they are Facing Las Vegas (who might only be great when facing KC). Tom Brady is having a tough season, but maybe it's all Bruce Arians fault. Derrick Henry looks better every week, but The Titans still have major problems. We saw a Taysom Hill - Kendall Hinton QB matchup. There were more wild upsets in college football this week. Fails include a name change for an Austrian village, Vanderbilt Football, and an update on the Naughty in N'awlins Swingers Convention. The Athlete of the week is Charles Rogers. We also preview the UNC vs Miami game. And finally, Winners & Losers focuses on Athletic Clothing Brands. Pure Rock n Roll by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sean998/support
After the firing of Derek Mason, the Commodores are trying to find a coach who can pump excitement into the program, be competitive in the SEC, bring an exciting style to West End and fit the culture of the most unique university in the conference. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris and Dave discuss the embarrassing situation involving the Broncos COVID issues as well as the problems that exist with the Vanderbilt Football program and administration. Get this and much more with veteran reporter Dave Hooker and NFL Scout Chris Landry.
Dan Le Batard and Stugotz talk to Rosie Perez. Plus, Dave Chappelle is fighting against the corporate machine, Vanderbilt Football had an interesting weekend, funniest thing from the sports weekend and much more.
Matt and Ryan are back after a longer than expected break to talk about the last two Commodores games against Kentucky and Florida, the news of Sarah Fuller being named the new kicker for the team (making her the first woman to play Power 5 football), what to expect against Missouri, and more.
Vanderbilt apparently will use soccer player Sarah Fuller to kick on Saturday against Missouri. Former Commodore Bruno Reagan is dialed into what people inside the program are saying about the move and it's not pretty. Also, Bruno, Chris Lee and Seabass discuss other topics around the Vanderbilt program, including why players are leaving. It a one-hour and 23-minute podcast you don't forget.
Ryan and Matt are joined by Jonathan Wynn, former Commodore and NFL defensive end to talk about his experience as a Commodore and in the league, his thoughts on the current state of the team, and his latest endeavor, author of the book Summer Juice.
The Kentucky Wildcats play host to the Vanderbilt Commodores in an SEC college football game on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020 at Kroger Field. Chad Bishop of Vanderbilt Athletics and Josh Moore of the Lexington Herald-Leader join Herald-Leader columnist John Clay to discuss the matchup. Coming off a bye week, Kentucky is 2-4. Vanderbilt is 0-5, but took Mississippi State to the wire before losing 24-17 last week. Kickoff is set for noon on the SEC Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Billy Busch Jr. and Gussie Busch join Ryan and Matt to talk about their experience playing in the SEC, life on their reality TV show Busch Family Brewed, growing up in one of the most famous families in America, what they've been up to during the pandemic, and more.
Jake Crain of the Jboy Show stops by to chat with Ryan and Matt about the state of the SEC, how the best teams are managing their programs from a talent and personnel standpoint, what the Commodores can do to get back on track, and more.
Ryan and Matt are joined by Cody Markel, former Vanderbilt Tight End and the Founder and Executive Director of Turner's Heroes to talk about his experience as a Commodore, and what he's doing to honor the memory of his former friend and teammate Turner Cockrell with the foundation.
Former Commodore offensive lineman Bruno Reagan joins Ryan and Matt to talk about the current state of the Vanderbilt Football team, his experience in the XFL, his life in martial arts, and more.
Blaine Gabbert, former Missouri Tiger QB, top 10 NFL Draft pick, and current Tampa Bay Buccaneer, joins Ryan Seymour and Matt Perkins to talk about playing in the league during COVID, his experience at Mizzou, working with a bevy of different coaches, and much more.
Matt and Ryan and joined by former Vanderbilt Commodore and current San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Justin Skule to talk about Justin's life in the pros, his time at Vanderbilt, his favorite places to play, and much more.