The 2014 Football Season
Vanderbilt and Stanford shared a basketball court last night. In 2021 and beyond, they'll take that rivalry to the football field. The two schools announced a four-game series between the Commodores and Cardinal that will stretch over the next decade.
Vanderbilt is getting a familiar face to run their defense for 2015. FootballScoop.com is reporting that New Orleans Saints secondary coach - and former Commodore defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator - Wesley McGriff will run the Vandy D in 2015.
BTN.com's Tom Dienhart reports that Wisconsin Offensive Coordinator Andy Ludwig will be leaving Madison to take the same position at Vanderbilt. He'll replace the legendarily ineffective Karl Dorrell on the sidelines in Nashville.
Stanford offensive coordinator Mike Bloomgren has reportedly been in contact with Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason regarding the Commodores' open coordinator position. Would the young assistant be a good fit in Nashville and the SEC?
The Associated Press announced their All-SEC teams, and it's no surprise that few Commodores made the cut. Steven Scheu, a junior tight end, was Vanderbilt's only representative. He was named to the second team after catching 39 passes for 525 yards.
Mike Sanford will be a busy man this December as he leads Boise State back to a Selection Committee bowl game on New Year's. Does his schedule include a meeting with his former coworker and current Vanderbilt Commodores head coach Derek Mason?
Vanderbilt Football took two days to confirm the report that offensive coordinator Karl Dorrell would not be retained for the 2015 season. He joins strength coach Bill Hughan and wide receivers coach Marc Lubick on the chopping block.
Vanderbilt football stands on the precipice of firing offensive coordinator Karl Dorrell. If the program has any doubts, they should look no further at these 10 stats that show how a nine-win team devolved into an FCS offense.
Football Scoop is reporting that offensive coordinator Karl Dorrell, architect of Vanderbilt's famed "three-and-out" offense, will not return to the team in 2015.
Vanderbilt looked the best they have all year on defense, but their offense wasn't up to snuff as Tennessee snapped a two-game losing streak against the Commodores. The win secured bowl eligibility for Josh Dobbs and the Volunteers.
Nigel Bowden missed last week's game against Mississippi State and the Bulldogs hung 51 points on Vanderbilt. Will the stout inside linebacker return to shut down Tennessee in the Commodores' season finale?