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Top MLB Prospects, a Look at Vandy's Past, and Virtual Reality for QBs - The Periscope

Today's Vanderbilt links run through a plethora of college football news - including the revelation that Johnny McCrary and company have been prepping for SEC defenses using Oculus Rift technology.

It looks something like this, I'm sure.
It looks something like this, I'm sure.
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It's been a long, lonely 41 days since any official athletic activity took place at Vanderbilt, but our collective nightmare ends tomorrow. Meanwhile, here are the best Commodore links from around the web. Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments.

100 years ago baseball helped Vanderbilt dominate football - Dan McGugin, wizard of the forward pass. A look at the Commodores' glory days.

Mississippi speedster checks out Vanderbilt. Three-star tailback Alan Lamar visited the Nashville campus on Monday.

Preseason Spotlight: Steven Scheu. 247Sports breaks down the Commodores' most effective receiver - tight end Steven Scheu.

SEC East camp previews. ESPN pontificates on the Commodores' quarterback search.

MLB 2015 Prospect Watch. Can you guess which two former #VandyBoys made the top 50?

SEC fan bases guarantee conference remains king of college football - Saturday Blitz. HOT TAKE: Vanderbilt fans enjoy football, the SEC.

VR Troopers: Auburn institutes virtual reality training to improve quarterbacks. It's a look at how Auburn is using Oculus Rift headsets to train their quarterbacks - but it's not just limited to the Tigers. Vanderbilt is a client as well.

General News. Pre-order Vanderbilt athletics license plates. Bumper stickers are all good and well, but wouldn't you rather have this:

to show your Commodore pride?

Bowling. #DoresInCuba Blog Day 5Vanderbilt alum Buster Olney usually ends his link sets with something inspirational, but since we lack his positivity, we'll let the Commodores do it for us. Vanderbilt athletes continue to do great things in Cuba.