According to Vegas Insider, Vanderbilt has opened as a 14-point favorite over the UConn Huskies for Saturday’s game.
I don’t really have much analysis to offer other than that (a) Vandy is bad, (b) UConn is even worse, (c) you will get banned if you say you’re going to fade Vandy, and (d) oh fine, just read what people on Twitter have been saying
Next week in Nashville:— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) September 25, 2021
UConn at Vandy, primetime ESPNU.
C'mon GameDay, do it.
UCONN-VANDY AT NIGHT— Ryan Nanni (@celebrityhottub) September 20, 2021
SICKO’S DELIGHT https://t.co/qUtiblQRcG
Mark your calendars. The much-anticipated Vandy-UConn showdown has gotten its richly-deserved prime time spot. https://t.co/BeF930MHc3— Three Year Letterman (@3YearLetterman) September 20, 2021
We understand about TV contracts between conferences and networks and stuff, but it is really frustrating to see Vandy/UConn as a night game and Wisconsin/Michigan kicking off before lunch. https://t.co/YUjPC7acOA— Bucky’s 5th Quarter (@B5Q) September 20, 2021
(Hahahahaha, (a) the Big Ten sucks but also (b) what, you guys prefer night games over noon games?)
UConn-Vandy is the appetizer for the main course: UConn-UMass https://t.co/nhZuTm36Fx— Matt Lichtenstadter (@MattsMusings1) September 18, 2021
Anyway, thankfully next Saturday we will have the third game of the year in which national college football media and professional internet shitposters are paying attention to Vanderbilt for all the wrong reasons.