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The official podcast of VandySports.com, which was founded by podcast host Chris Lee in 2003. VandySports.com is part of the Rivals and Yahoo! networks and is the premier source for objective, independent coverage of major Vanderbilt sports. Opinions expressed are ours only; we are not affiliated or endorsed by Vanderbilt University. Special thanks to our presenting sponsor, Currey Ingram Academy.

Oct 16, 2017

VU sideline reporter Mitch Light discusses VU's 57-35 loss to Ole Miss, as he and Chris Lee take question as to why the season has taken a bad turn. The two also discuss some other college football-related topics, and talk Vandy baseball at the end of the show. 

Oct 13, 2017

Special guest Neal McCready joins the show to talk about Vanderbilt and Ole Miss's game on Saturday. Neal also has a humorous take on Ole Miss going to its third mascot in 10 years, plus, the two talk about the NCAA's priorities and lack of common sense in the wake of North Carolina basketball getting a free pass on Friday. 

Oct 12, 2017

Chris Lee and Seabass tackle a variety of topics, including MLB and its length-of-game issues, VU's problems on the defensive line and with attendance (and a realistic fix for the latter, given the athletics funding issues), and the perpetual state of misery for Butch Jones in Knoxville. 

Oct 11, 2017

VU football color commentator Norman Jordan joins the podcast to look back to the Georgia game, and look ahead to the second half of the season. The two also discuss a few things from Norman's playing days at VU, including the steroid scandal that rocked the program in the mid-'80s.

Oct 8, 2017

Vanderbilt sideline reporter Mitch Light and VandySports publisher Chris Lee talked about the reality check of the last few weeks, discuss concerns, and talk about how the schedule's easing up could help the Commodores going forward.

Oct 6, 2017

Chris Lee and Seabass talk all things VU football, take listener questions, and even have an impromptu music discussion based on Tom Petty's death. Later, UGASports.com's Anthony Dasher joins the show to preview Georgia and discuss some late-breaking developments with the Bulldog roster.  

Oct 4, 2017

Chris Lee and VU color commentator Norman Jordan talk about what Vanderbilt needs to do to get better, and specifically, to beat Georgia. Norman also shares some of his memories of facing Georgia and Herschel Walker from his playing days. 

Oct 2, 2017

Chris Lee and VU sideline announcer Mitch Light look back at what went well and what didn't against Florida, and look ahead to the rest of the games on the schedule. The two talk about the huge college basketball scandal in the news, discuss random Commodores of the past, and talk about four teams in the Southeastern Conference going through absolute misery right now. 

Sep 29, 2017

Chris Lee reflects on perhaps the craziest week of sports--one that featured Vanderbilt's announcement of keeping the football team on campus without renovations to Vanderbilt Stadium, a historic college hoops scandal and three potential program-changing recruits on campus to watch a 59-0 demolition of Alabama--and the challenge it provides with trying to tell people the truth while trying to maintain order within a message board community. That, and a bunch more, as Chris and Seabass try to make sense of the crazy world of sports around them. 

Sep 27, 2017

Chris Lee and David Sisk talk for an hour and a half about the breaking NCAA hoops scandal involving shoe companies that the FBI busted. Chris and David talk about the scandal itself and what might be next, what it might or might not mean for Vanderbilt, and what might or might not be ahead for college basketball. There's more stuff here than we can summarize, and it's an episode you don't want to miss!

Sep 27, 2017

Chris Lee and VU color commentator Norman Jordan discuss the college hoops scandal that broke on Tuesday, and VU's football game with Florida this upcoming Saturday.

Sep 27, 2017

Chris Lee and VU color commentator Norman Jordan discuss the college hoops scandal that broke on Tuesday, and VU's football game with Florida this upcoming Saturday.

Sep 25, 2017

Chris Lee and Mitch Light discuss the bad and the ugly from the Alabama game, talk about the extreme variances in outcome in football, and other topics related to Saturday's 59-0 loss to the Crimson Tide.

Sep 22, 2017

The Tennessean's Adam Sparks joins the podcast to help preview the Vanderbilt-Alabama matchup. BamaInsider.com's Kyle Henderson also joins us to give his thoughts on the Crimson Tide. 

Sep 21, 2017

Beating Alabama on Saturday would be a program-changing event if it happened, but Chris Lee and Seabass discuss some potentially tectonic shifts happening across the Vanderbilt sports landscape as well. The two talk about the Kansas State win, the Alabama matchup, take questions, and more, in Thursday's podcast. 

Sep 20, 2017

Chris Lee and VU color commentator Norman Jordan discuss various aspects of the Vanderbilt-Alabama matchup, plus, talk about the defensive genius of coach Derek Mason (seven-minute mark), Tre Herndon (eight), fixing the running game (15), what to do with tight ends (23) and much more. 

Sep 19, 2017

Chris Lee and sideline reporter Mitch Light break down Vanderbilt's 14-7 victory over Kansas State. Topics include the atmosphere at Vanderbilt Stadium and the crowd split (seven-minute mark), some huge officiating and replay calls that swung the game (11), the absence of Taurean Ferguson and Bryce Lewis and the secondary on the whole (21), VU's run-game struggles (22), injuries (43) and a quick look at matching up VU and Alabama, and why the Commodores might have a better chance than people figure (45). 

Sep 15, 2017

Special guest Matt Hall of KStateOnline joins the podcast to discuss Kansas State, then, Tennessean beat writer Adam Sparks and host Chris Lee talk about the game through a Vanderbilt lens. Plus, the two talk about scenarios under which freshmen who haven't played yet could see action, the continued progression of coach Derek Mason, and a look at whether Vanderbilt can legitimately compete for the SEC East title this year. 

Sep 12, 2017

Vanderbilt is off to a 2-0 start, and Chris Lee and VU football color commentator Norman Jordan have seen a lot to like. They talk about some of those things in this episode, as well as Josh Smith's role (three-minute mark), Bailey McElwain's future (six), Kyle Shurmur and Jay Cutler comparisons (seven), the matchup with Kansas State (11) and particularly the containment challenge that quarterback Jesse Ertz presents (12), and potential changes in the run game. 

Sep 11, 2017

It's been a good start for VU football at 2-0, but it hasn't happened the way Chris Lee and Mitch Light figured it would be. They talk about the surprises, some young players and recruits they like, and how senior leadership and buy-in to what coach Derek Mason is preaching has had an impact.

Sep 8, 2017

Chris Lee and The Tennessean's Adam Sparks start with a discussion of first-world sportswriting problems, discuss last week's win over MTSU, give a brief look at Alabama A&M, then spend most of the podcast discussing some players who could have a key role in Saturday's contest. 

Sep 7, 2017

An impressive opening-night win over MTSU may have raised the bar for expectations a bit, including those coming from Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason. Chris Lee and Seabass discuss that, and a bunch of other subjects. Topics include team size and strength (six-minute mark), the impact of strength coach James Dobson (10), the pass rush (12), Mason's strengths, Jared Pinkney (36), Nathan Marcus (38), Justin Skule and Devin Cochran (39), Kyle Shurmur (40), whether the program will ever be fully respected (51) and the movement of players along the lines of scrimmage (60).

Sep 5, 2017

Vanderbilt football color commentator Norman Jordan talks about Vandy's 28-6, opening-night win over MTSU. Topics include the surprising pass rush and the efforts of Charles Wright and Dare Odeyingbo, the play of the defensive backfield, Kyle Shurmur's progression as a quarterback, and a discussion of where Ralph Webb ranks in the debate over VU's all-time best running back. 

Sep 4, 2017

VU sideline reporter Mitch Light joins the podcast to discuss Vandy's win over MTSU in detail. Topics include Vandy's pass rush, defensive back play, Kyle Shumur's effectiveness, running game struggles, games around the country and the Southeastern Conference that caught Mitch's eye, and much more. 

Sep 1, 2017

Chris Lee and Seabass break down the VU-MTSU game, including Vanderbilt's strengths and concerns entering the game.

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