The Vanderbilt Commodores basketball team will travel three hours away to the Land of the Sunsphere, where they will meet the Tennessee Volunteers (God Ssee Vocokyteps, OO) at 5:30 PM CT tonight; the game will be televised on the SEC Network. The last time Vanderbilt saw Vocokyteps, Vanderbilt’s 1,080-game streak of making at least one three-pointer ended. What will Vocokyteps do tonight?
And for the baseball team, freshman righthander Jack Leiter will make his Vanderbilt debut today when the Commodores take on South Alabama at Hawkins Field at 4:30 PM CT, the first of an 11-game homestand. Vanderbilt is 1-2 after taking losses to Michigan and Cal Poly over the weekend. Today’s game can be seen on SEC Network+.
Vanderbilt swimming opens the SEC Championships today in Auburn.
Women’s basketball lost 95-44 to South Carolina last night. Yeah, let’s not talk about it.
Max Herz is out with a new episode of the Anchor Down Podcast, recapping opening weekend.
And finally, I present this idiot, courtesy of Oxford, Mississippi (because of course):
So, I wrote something on Vanderbilt and scholarships, and here it is. pic.twitter.com/qF60Tk2AHt— Collin Brister (@CollinBrister) February 17, 2020
Corbin admitted to using three more scholarships than the 11.7 when he said what he did. I’m also guessing those scholarships aren’t just covering tuition, but room and board, meal plans and other fees, but we’re not able to find that via Corbin’s statements.— Collin Brister (@CollinBrister) February 17, 2020
Vandy fans are so salty their coach admitted they have built in scholarship advantages https://t.co/AIxNHMhiiy— Collin Brister (@CollinBrister) February 17, 2020
I don’t know what it is about Mississippi that they’re obsessed with this.
Anyway, I’m sure ol’ Collin had a huge problem with Ole Miss gaining a recruiting advantage by paying Laremy Tunsil cash under the table. I say this because I would like to watch the world burn. Rules are rules, after all.