DotP's weekly column on Vanderbilt football.
Two minutes can completely change a game.
The later this goes up the better we do, right?
The game kicks off 23.5 hours from now, so this is just practice staying up late for something that likely disappoints you.
Late night learnin’ for Game 1 of the Clark Lea era.
We all hate it when the teacher hands grades back late, but at least I am giving feedback late instead of not at all.
The only thing not turned over in this game was a new leaf for Derek Mason.
Hopefully, the outcome is much different at Mississippi State than it was hosting the University of Mississippi.
The first 3 games have given us a small chance to learn about where Vanderbilt’s football program stands.
Halftime reading time!
Add another loss to the streak...
Night class part deux
Really late night class time!
Despite the urges to chronicle my efforts to ungunk the sunshine pump, this team deserves the more analytical approach. Even if it hurts sometimes.
Saturday morning schoolin’ before a Saturday morning start.
Late night learning from Columbia!
Folks, we found a game so ugly that it broke this column.
I had to hear way too many Rebel yells in Oxford.
It was a win at least...
I would really like to focus only on the 38 points scored, but that would be dishonest.
Yes, we still need to talk about that game again.
There goes an undefeated season...
The best philosophical discussions are question heavy, right?
Surely none of you thought I would skip talking about this game, did you?
The Big XII offense overwhelmed our defense after manball failed on the goal line.
The Commodores need to get off to be a better start than writing this did.
The game was over a week ago, but the Sunshine Pump lives on past glories.
What fresh hell is it that Kentucky is a Top 15 team?
Can I just talk about stuff up to the 21-3 lead? No? Oh...fine.
Athens may not be Sparta, but it is still a place with many painful lessons to learn.
Sneaking out with a win against an FCS team does not bode well for facing an elite FBS team, but is it all bad?
Touchdown Jesus had mercy upon Notre Dame and saved them from having to hire Butch Jones after firing Brian Kelly for losing to Vanderbilt.
What happens when all the rules are broken?