Our bracket of the most WTF moments in Vanderbilt sports.
This is it. The two most WTF? moments, as determined by voters.
Ah, a walk versus a travel, look how that worked out.
And now, I make you choose.
The two biggest administrative failures square off.
Oh look, two Derek Mason losses.
Yep, we’re down to the final eight.
In retrospect, the 2005 season was, well...
Two NCAA Tournament buzzer-beaters. You know which one to pick.
An aging football stadium not getting replaced, or admissions denying one of the top prospects in the country?
Ah, these two juxtaposed next to one another.
A miserable loss in the NCAA Tournament, up against a miserable loss in a miserable season.
The Het Wettening, versus The Het Wettening, only against THEM.
Ah, the 2014 football season.
A buzzer-beater, and a game-winning field goal as time expired.
You knew this was coming, didn’t you? Don’t lie.
Ah yeah, let’s get ready to trash the admissions office.
Oh yeah, we’re talking football stadium today.
Well, this should be fun.
On one side, a wrongheaded decision. On the other... the administrative ur-failure.
A blowout loss in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, or a blowout loss to a bad team in a lost season? You pick.
One: a miserable end to a miserable season; the other: a miserable end to a disappointing season.
Ah yes. That game. And that game.
The loss that ended the DiNardo era, vs. Jay Cutler fighting a phone.
On one end: Derek Mason’s first questionable offensive coordinator hire. On the other: a rare Tim Corbin call that went poorly.
Ah, the 2014 football season makes its first appearance.
On one end: an intentional foul in the closing seconds. On the other: a criminally underused player.
Kevin Stallings’ darkest moment runs into the 1-seed.
A million-dollar arm with, uh, control issues vs. Tom’s introductory experience to Vanderbilt football.
In today’s matchup: Woody takes it on the chin, or his quarterback recruit has an embarrassing loss.