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Traditions & Buzzwords: What Survives Under Mason?

James Franklin took more than just a half-dozen recruits and a mostly intact coaching staff with him when he made the decision to forsake NashVegas in favor of the Lion's Den. He also managed to carry on a few intangibles when he left.

The Vanderbilt Football Coaching Tree and Lineage

Here's how Vanderbilt's first post-James Franklin coaching staff looks. Spoiler: There's plenty of NFL and BCS experience to go around.


Recruiting Thread: Countdown to Signing Day

Instead of dropping comments here and there about the recruiting activity of Coach Derek Mason et al., let's get the conversation going here. This way, we have a home-base to return to after hours...

The SiR Awards: Defensive Player of the Year

While a more recognized offensive counterpart capped an all-time great career, safety Kenny Ladler may have been just as indispensable in the defense, and is Vanderbilt's Defensive Player of the Year.

OL Coach Herb Hand to Leave Vanderbilt

Offensive Line Coach and fan favorite Herb Hand won't be a part of Derek Mason's regime in Nashville. The Vandy standout broke the news today on Twitter, though he did not mention a destination.

Can Derek Mason Be Successful in the SEC?

Derek Mason is Vanderbilt's 28th head coach. Does he have a background that can spell success in Nashville?

Derek Mason Officially Hired as Vandy Head Coach

Vanderbilt University officially confirms the hiring of Stanford's Derek Mason as head football coach. Mason was a lauded defensive coordinator with the Cardinal before heading east to Nashville.

All but Official: Mason is Vandy's New Head Coach

Is Derek Mason Vanderbilt football's new benevolent overlord? 247Sports thinks so.

Is Franklin Justified to Pull Recruits from Vandy?

It's not a popular stance, but James Franklin's decision to honor his Vanderbilt scholarship offers at Penn State makes sense. In fact, it's the closure that Vandy fans may need to move on.

The Sir Awards: The 2013 Play of the Year

Patton Robinette irked Kentucky fans when he threw a jump-pass touchdown in garbage time against Kentucky. Those fans didn't know that Robinette's play would be woven into an intricate fake that led Vanderbilt past Tennessee a week later.

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