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Our Return Q&A With DawgSports for This Weekend's Vanderbilt - Georgia Showdown

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Interested in what we had to say about this week's matchup with Georgia? I exchanged e-mails with Dawg Sports' Mr. Sanchez and answered his questions about the Commodores. If you want to get a look at what UGA fans are anticipating on Saturday, check out Dawg Sports' questions and my responses over in their neck of the SB Nation woods.

Reshard Langford Talks His NFL and College Football Life on Reddit

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Reshard Langford hit Reddit earlier today to discuss his collegiate and NFL careers. The former Vandy safety has some great insights on his time at both levels. It's definitely worth a read, if only for this: "I did pick off Cutler in practice while we were at Vandy. My first attempt didn't go so well as I split the webbing in between my middle finger and ring finger on my right hand trying to catch one of his balls during 7 on 7 in the offseason. 6 stitches."

Warning for Those Attending the Vandy-Mizzou Game:

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You will find your hosts gracious and hospitable. However, you should steer clear of the Tiger Hotel. This has been a public service announcement.

In case you weren't awake at 7 am in Columbia, South Carolina this morning, here's what I had to...

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In case you weren't awake at 7 am in Columbia, South Carolina this morning, here's what I had to say about tonight's Vandy/South Carolina game. Let's just say that our friends over at LeftoverHotDog weren't as enthusiastic about the Commodores' chances as I was.

ESPN's Bowl Projections: Cincinnati Again?

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ESPN's Brad Edwards has the Commodores headed to back-to-back bowl games for the first time in school history, according to his projections. Mark Schlabach isn't as optimistic. By Edwards's count, Vandy will face Cincinnati in a the BBVA Compass Bowl. That would constitute a rematch of the Bearcats' 31-24 win last January in the Liberty Bowl

BaseballAmerica Heaps Some Praise on a Brand New #VandyBoy

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Rhett Wiseman, of, Brockton (Fr., Vanderbilt): Ranked No. 136 in the BA 500 heading into the 2012 draft, Wiseman slipped to the 25th round by the Cubs due to signability, and he elected to stick with his commitment to Vanderbilt. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Massachusetts native impressed league coaches with his athleticism and ability to cover both gaps. Although there are some holes in Wiseman's lefthanded swing, evidenced by a .224/.313/.344 line this summer, league managers observed that the ball exploded off his bat, and most were convinced that he would hit for average and power as he developed and gained more experience. The 18-year-old also swiped 13 bases and was praised for an advanced approach at the plate and outstanding work ethic.

James Franklin’s savvy strategy to make Vandy relevant in the SEC

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Nice write up of CJF's use of technology to remake Vandy's football image.

Tyler Beede?

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Heres the Vandy pitcher putting out some new music under the name Young Beedah, listen to it a couple times and you'll start to understand what this kids all about #VANDYNATION