The 2012-13 Basketball Season
Vanderbilt denied Sheldon Jeter's appeal of limitations that Kevin Stallings has put in place on his proposed transfer. As a result, it looks unlikely that he'll be eligible for a scholarship to play for Pittsburgh next season.
Former Vanderbilt basketball manager Daniel Marks shares his experiences with the men's team and just how much work these players put in to representing Vandy hoops.
Hufnagel is one of the guys responsible for Harvard’s resurgence mainly because he’s a terrific recruiter. He brought in players that are far more talented than typical Ivy League players because he was able to target elite kids.
Sheldon Jeter and Vanderbilt acknowledged that the rising sophomore would transfer due to personal reasons on May 17th. However, message board posts suggest that Panther fans knew that Jeter would be headed to Pitt 10 days before the official news.
According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Vanderbilt is fine with Sheldon Jeter transferring - as long as it isn't to Pitt. This is the first such issue that has come up with a player leaving Kevin Stallings's program.
Vanderbilt small forward Sheldon Jeter, who emerged as a potential star in a strong freshman year with the Commodore basketball team, announced that he'll transfer from Vandy in order to play closer to his Pennsylvania home.
Vanderbilt needed size this fall, and they got is with 6'10" forward Luke Kornet, who signed his letter of intent with the Commodores on Monday. Kornet is a skinny, but sweet-shooting big man who will join Damian Jones in Vandy's frontcourt.
Vanderbilt has already lost twice to Kentucky this season, but each game came down to the wire. On Friday, the Commodores will face a Nerlens Noel-less Wildcat team that won't have the benefit of home court advantage. Can the 'Dores get revenge?
Vanderbilt and Arkansas will square off for the third time on Thursday, but this time it's a winner-take-all situation. If Vandy can topple the Razorbacks, they'll extend their season. If not, 2013 could come to an ugly end in Nashville.
Vanderbilt is riding a three game winning streak and has a chance to claw back to .500 for the season. In their way stands a #8 Florida team that is looking to run to a top seed in the NCAA Tournament. Can the 'Dores pull off the upset in the O-Dome?
Vanderbilt came back from an awful first half to beat Georgia and record their 3rd winning streak of the season. They'll have a great opportunity to extend it against a 3-12 Auburn. Can the Dores follow Rhode Island's lead and leave Alabama with a W?
KenPom predicts Vanderbilt to win 55-50, with a 72% chance of a Commodore victory. There are only two home games remaining on the schedule. This is far and away the better matchup. I wouldn't hold out for South Carolina, if I were you...
Vanderbilt is riding high after holding Mississippi State to just 31 points in their last outing. Can they follow the Bulldogs' example to make it a winning streak when they face Georgia on Wednesday?
Vanderbilt will get the opportunity to recover from a tough loss to Kentucky with a trip to play the SEC's worst team. Mississippi State is mired in a rebuilding year and has lost 11 straight. That means Vandy should get the W...right?