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Links: 10.09.2010 - EMU GAMEDAY

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Here's a behind-the-scenes video of the recent Vanderbilt Baseball team photoshoot. Gameday links after the break.


Vanderbilt walk-on Reece Lovell gladly loses number | | The Tennessean

Vanderbilt Commodores display big-play ability | | The Tennessean

"We try to carry eight to 10 shot plays into every game," Kiser said. "You're not going to get all of those called. But if you can get a third or half of them called and complete two or three of them …

Saturday preview: Vanderbilt vs. Eastern Michigan | Nashville City Paper

Vanderbilt Commodores just want victory, no matter who against | | The Tennessean

Today's game: Vanderbilt Commodores vs. Eastern Michigan | | The Tennessean

Video: EMU Preview with Robbie Caldwell | Vanderbilt Official Athletic Site

MORAL VICTORY!: Vandy can still win six games... here's how

MORAL VICTORY!: Eleven players we'd like to see play tonight


DraftExpress Rankings: Top 100 Prospects

Jeffery Taylor is 10th overall, while John Jenkins is 77th.


Wood becoming most logical bat answer - College Baseball -

The NCAA mandated bat changes in the late ‘90s to address the idea the game was too offensive, and in part, dangerous. The organization grew tired of the Gorilla Ball era that culminated with USC beating Arizona State 21-14 in the ’98 title game. The NCAA again mandated change before the 2010 season to address the use of composite barrel bats, an issue first raised by Vanderbilt coach Tim Corbin.

Video: Augie Garrido talks about Texas' fall practices | The University of Texas Official Athletic Site

Vanderbilt baseball will be taking on Texas in a fall series October 15th and 17th.


Quick Slant: VU ranked 18th by NCSA | Vanderbilt Official Athletic Site

Vanderbilt Athletics ranks 18th among all Division I programs in the eighth annual NCSA Collegiate Power Rankings. Athletic programs are rated by a combination of athletic standing in the Directors Cup, U.S. News and World Report academic standing and graduation ratings as compiled by the NCAA. Fewer than 6% of colleges and universities earned a spot in NCSA’s Top 100. Stanford led all Division I programs while Vanderbilt was the Southeastern Conference’s highest rated university.