Let’s review the thought that Jeff’s junior year was kind of a disappointment.
All hail LUUUUUUUUUUUUUUKE.
We almost forgot just how bad Riley was as a sophomore.
Even with a month to reflect, I still can’t decide what to make of Matthew Fisher-Davis’s season.
After an iffy junior season, Cressler became a valuable role player for the Commodores.
Vanderbilt fans are still waiting for Joe Toye to live up to his potential.
Willis was the best of Vanderbilt’s three freshmen this season.
Every once in a while, Djery Baptiste played with energy. When he didn’t, it wasn’t pretty.
Brown only got limited minutes, but showed occasional flashes of potential.
Register your pride/disgust.
We felt good about Bryce Drew when he was hired, and his first year didn’t do much to change that.
That was a very deflating end to the season.
Survive and advance.
We ask what it’s like to root for a bad team. Like we have any experience with that.
It’s all about matchups
The Commodores will play the second game of the day in Salt Lake City.
We think Vanderbilt’s in, but we won’t really breathe easy until the brackets are announced.
Vanderbilt was playing its third game in 48 hours, and it showed.
Just win, baby.
I don’t think there’s really much reason to watch other teams on the bubble any more.
I am not convinced this is the same team we were watching in January.
The senior was also named SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
If the committee values what it says it values, there is no case to be made against the Commodores.
It’s sort of fun to ponder how much different our collective mindset would be under Stallings.
The Commodores beat the Gators for the fourth time in a row.
You can't ask for a more important game than senior day against a ranked team with your NCAA Tournament hopes on the line. Welcome to March.
Over the next ten days, get used to cheering like hell for teams you don’t particularly like.
Note to the selection committee: are you really going to find 36 better teams than Vanderbilt in the at-large pool?
The final week of conference play gives Vanderbilt the opportunity to force the selection committee's hand. First up: Kentucky.
Vanderbilt controls its own destiny as we come down the home stretch of conference play.