DotP's weekly column on Vanderbilt football.
The House won this round...
Have a little halftime reading for the early games since Vegas activities delayed this article so long.
It got better in the end.
Week 0 answered nothing and raised a lot of new questions.
A Week 0 date with Hawaii kicks the season off again, and the feeling going into the game is a lot different than last season.
The Commodores have won 2 SEC games since the last study session.
Losing winnable games on self-inflicted wounds is the worst.
Playing in this conference is a nightmare sometimes.
Getting your head kicked in is never a fun learning experience.
The defense woke up in the second half, and the offense put up more than enough points.
That Wake rocked the ship and made us all a little nauseous.
It started so well...
Writing these while looking out at the Pacific Ocean and coming off a 63-10 win is fun.
Is there a point to do this since none of us attended fall camp? Well, I spent time to write this on the way to Hawaii...
This year football season comes around a week early!
I never thought it would be this close, but that just made the loss hurt.
The second half was better but not nearly enough to overcome the first half.
The explosive but stuttering offense from the week spun its wheels for all but one play.
Keeping you guessing like the Mike Wright offense.
Say hello to the new day for your "favorite" Vanderbilt football recapping.
At least they won...
There is not a lot to say after that "game," but there are some takeaway
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...