Optional Musical Accompaniment
So, parlagi can now achieve his lifelong dream of seeing 0-10 Vanderbilt play 1-9 Wake Forest in the Independence Bowl.
There will be no win requirements to play in a bowl this season, if approved by NCAA’s Council next month. So we potentially could have a winless team go bowling!— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) September 24, 2020
Vanderbilt is officially bowl eligible for the 2020 season, therefore we may now declare the season a success. I will take no arguments on this point.
Next week we will provide details on the virtual programming you can access during our home football games, including a virtual tailgate and live pregame show starting with our home opener on Oct. 3 against LSU.
But will we be allowed to virtually chug bourbon with the guys at And the Valley Shook?
ICYMI: Ken Seals will be the starter at Texas A&M. The thing we all figured would happen is, in fact, happening.
From Good Bull Hunting, a statistical preview of Saturday’s game. (NOTE: it’s not pretty.)
Vanderbilt soccer earned the United Soccer Coaches’ team academic award, because of course we did. John Augenstein is on the Haskins Award watch list, and Auston Kim is on the ANNIKA Award watch list.
Oh, and the Pac-12 has joined the “playing football this season” bandwagon.
OFFICIAL: Pac-12 announces resumption of football, basketball & winter sports seasons. Full information below.— Pac-12 Conference (@pac12) September 24, 2020
Actual Sports on TV
All times Central.
- 5:40 PM: MLB: Philadelphia Phillies at Tampa Bay Rays (ESPN+)
- 7:00 PM: College football: Middle Tennessee at UTSA (CBS Sports)
- 7:00 PM: NHL: Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Dallas Stars (NBC)
- 7:00 PM: MLB: Chicago Cubs at Chicago White Sox (ESPN2)
- 7:30 PM: NBA: Miami Heat vs. Boston Celtics (ESPN)
And here’s the SEC Network schedule, which has a Mississippi State-Alabama soccer game in between showings of Finebaum and SEC Now, which is different.