Chris Lee and Seabass discuss Vanderbilt's football recruiting momentum, and the impact that may have for basketball at well (hint: Darius Garland). The two discuss some football-related topics, plus, add some info on athletic director David Williams's future at Vanderbilt.
Vanderbilt is landing more highly-rated recruits than it normally does. Justin Angel, Chris Lee and Sean Williams examine what's behind that.
The 2017 MLB Draft could not have broken much better for Vanderbilt. The Commodores had a number of key recruits go un-drafted, and several more in a spot where they may not get huge contract offers. Plus, six more Commodores were picked. Chris Lee and New York Dore break down what it all means.
Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich discuss the end of VU's baseball season in Corvallis, talk some about the MLB Draft, and look ahead to next season.
Vanderbilt will be a significant underdog as it heads to face Oregon State in the Corvalis Super Regional, but, that doesn't mean the Commodores can't advance to the College World Series from there. Chris Lee and New York Dore look at OSU's incredible 52-4 series, but also explain how a talented VU team could win the weekend. There's also a bit of MLB Draft talk mixed in during the hour-long podcast.
Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich discuss Vanderbilt's fantastic performance in the Clemson Regional, including Matt Ruppenthal's great start, Will Toffey's offensive fireworks, resurgences for Ro Coleman and Drake Fellows, the team's improved offensive approach, and much more, including how taking down Oregon State may not be the impossible order that it seems.
Chris Lee and New York Dore look at some intriguing elements of the Clemson Regional, plus, look at which signees VU might be at risk of losing to the draft, and also talk about a few who could help next year.
Vanderbilt will play in the NCAA Baseball Tournament starting Friday vs. St. John's in the Clemson Regional. What are the prospects for VU advancing? Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich take a look at the other three teams in the regional and how the teams match up, and size up VU's chances for going to a super regional from there.
The football commitment of Alston Orji, the 90th-ranked player in the 2018 class, was a historic one for Vanderbilt football. Chris Lee and Seabass look at where that ranks in terms of VU's recruiting history, and discuss how coach Derek Mason's top-end recruits surpass even what James Franklin did. The two also give their picks for toughest football opponent on the 2018 schedule not named "Alabama," discuss where Kyle Wright and Jeren Kendall may go in the MLB draft, and take a quick look at VU's chances of advancing in an NCAA Baseball Regional.
Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich discuss Vanderbilt's approach to this week's Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament, and what's at stake. Are the Commodores in the tournament, regardless of what happens? Can Vanderbilt win enough games to host a regional? How does VU match up against South Carolina in the opener, and what might the pitching plan look like? It's an information-packed episode to help get you ready for the postseason.
Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich discuss Vanderbilt baseball coach Tim Corbin's changing persona over the years, plus, discuss the good and bad of personnel and coaching strategies they saw in VU's 2-1 series loss at Arkansas.
Chris Lee and Seabass run the gamut on football and basketball-related topics in a one-hour, 10-minute podcast.
Former Vanderbilt baseball player Chip Fridrich was part of the original focus group during the James Franklin era that gave its thoughts on what a renovated Vanderbilt Stadium would have. Chip also received one of the recent surveys that discussed possibilities for the potential new soccer stadium in the Fairgrounds area in Nashville that the football team might share. Chip talks about parallels from those discussions to what was in the survey, plus, gives his baseball thoughts on the performance last week, plus NCAA Tournament seeding possibilities.
Zach King's great Sunday performance hints at some resolution to VU's bullpen struggles. Chris Lee and New York Dore discuss that, the continued excellent starting pitching of Patrick Raby and Kyle Wright, a Will Toffey-less lineup, and VU's very, very faint hosting hopes.
Chris Lee and David Sisk discuss Vandy hoops recruiting, including how Vanderbilt missed on so many big men at the end of the Class of 2017 recruiting cycle (and whether VU will sign another player in the class), the prospects for 2018, the learning curve for the staff in its first year in a Power Five basketball conference, and a whole lot more. It's a 43-minute podcast that you don't want to miss!
Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich talk Vanderbilt baseball, including an unusual angle to Vanderbilt's postseason, the impact of small ball and lineup decisions on this year's team, lineup chemistry, and much more.
Do the next three years for Vanderbilt baseball look more like Vanderbilt's 2008-10 seasons, or the 2011-15 period? That's one of the questions that Chris Lee and New York Dore touch on in Tuesday's baseball podcast.
Chris Lee and Seabass examine many sides to this question, plus, discuss where Zach Cunningham and Will Holden might go in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Chris Lee and former Commodore pitcher Chip Fridrich have an interesting discussion about the Vanderbilt pitching staff.
Vanderbilt needed improvement from its pitching staff, and it got it in four games last week. Chris Lee and New York Dore discuss that, and a lot more, including the underrated bat of Jason Delay.
Justin Angel, Chris Lee and Sean Williams talk about the present and future state of Vanderbilt football and recruiting. What do they like, and where are they concerned? Find out in our comprehensive, 56-minute podcast.
Vanderbilt endured a long week of baseball, losing three of four games, but sometimes the baseball was overshadowed by festivities honoring the late Donny Everett. However, the Commodores got another bad weekend from their bullpen, and could be looking at a pitching shake-up. Chris Lee and New York Dore attempt to make sense of it all.
Vanderbilt may have a compelling case as the team with the best chance to win the Southeastern Conference's regular-season baseball title. Chris Lee and Seabass examine why, and also ask the question, "Which VU hitter do you want at the plate with the season on the line?" The two also answer some football questions.
Chris Lee and New York Dore discuss Vanderbilt's 3-1 record in baseball over the last week, which included a series win at No. 9 South Carolina.