Vanderbilt basketball coach Bryce Drew and staff believe they can recruit and win big in Nashville. VandySports.com's Chris Lee and David Sisk share the reasons why and examine their validity, and also look at what could go wrong. The two talk about the program's long-term facilities needs and what Vanderbilt needs to do to keep the staff around, look at short- and long-term recruiting options, and take mailbag questions. It's an information-packed, one-hour podcast that hoops fans don't want to miss!
Chris Lee and Seabass share their thoughts on the pecking order for the Southeastern Conference's Eastern Division for football in 2017, and also discuss VU's roster for the season. The two also mix in baseball and basketball talk in a can't-miss episode of the VandySports Podcast.
Chris Lee and New York Dore talk about Vanderbilt's bullpen and defensive issues--where to be concerned, and where not to be concerned--in a 30-minute podcast.
Chris Lee and Mitch Light talk about the ending to the basketball season and look ahead to next year. The two talk about mixed results from the baseball series loss at Ole Miss, plus, discuss a little football.
Chris Lee and Marching to Madness podcast host Blake Lovell talk about Vanderbilt's 68-66 NCAA Tournament loss to Northwestern, and especially the crazy last 18 seconds, including an alternative theory on Matthew Fisher-Davis's fouling of Northwestern's Bryant McIntosh. The two also talk about Bryce Drew's future at Vanderbilt, and much more.
Vanderbilt won four of its five games last week, and continues to get great starting pitching. But untimely errors and lack of hitting at critical moments cost VU that one game, and nearly a second, last week. With nearly a month of the season in the books, Chris Lee and New York Dore look at last week and break down the reasons for both encouragement and concern.
Chris Lee and Mitch Light discuss Vanderbilt's bid to the NCAA Tournament, discuss its opponent (Northwestern) in the first game, and take mailbag questions.
Chris Lee and New York Dore look at the good, the bad, and the fluke elements of Vanderbilt's disappointing 7-5 start to the baseball season. Can the team turn it around? How much damage will the start do to VU's NCAA Tournament hopes? Answers to that, and much more, in today's podcast.
Chris Lee and Athlon's executive editor Mitch Light talk about Vanderbilt's NCAA Tournament resume, and where the Commodores stand following the upset of Florida. The two also talk about the UF win, and get into another series loss for the baseball team against CSUN.
Vanderbilt men's basketball color commentator Tim Thompson discusses the loss at Kentucky, and the game ahead with Florida, and also answers mailbag questions.
Chris Lee and Seabass examine the loss at Kentucky and what it means to VU's NCAA Tournament chances, plus, talk a little Vanderbilt football.
New York Dore joins the podcast, as he and Chris Lee talk about some hidden positives from the 4-3 baseball start, as well as things that concern them. The two also discuss some roster complications, as well as the pitching plan for this week.
Mitch Light joins the podcast, as he and Chris Lee go into VU's NCAA Tournament resume in detail. The two discuss the win over MSU and upcoming matchups with Florida and Kentucky, plus, give reasons why the 4-3 baseball start might not be as concerning as the record at face value indicates.
Seabass and host Chris Lee discuss the NCAA's Notice of Allegations to Ole Miss football, plus talk about VU's basketball run into NCAA Tournament contention.
Vanderbilt color commentator Tim Thompson talks about Vanderbilt's huge 11-point victory at Tennessee on Wednesday, and how defense led the way. Thompson talks about how VU has embraced Drew's man-to-man principles, great play down the stretch from Riley LaChance and Luke Kornet, defining moments in the season, and his thoughts on past and present crowds at Memorial Gymnasium. It's a 36-minute, can't-miss episode of the VandySports Podcast.
Chris Lee and New York Dore discuss the good and bad from the opening weekend of VU baseball. Topics include terrific pitching performances from Patrick Raby, Maddux Conger, Collin Snider and Drake Fellows; how the lineup hit the ball well from top to bottom; the continuing issues in left field; and what went wrong for Chandler Day in his performance.
What's the latest on Vanderbilt and a new football stadium? Where do the Commodore men stand in their chances for an NCAA Basketball Tournament bid? Chris Lee and Mitch Light discuss that, the South Carolina hoops win, and briefly talk baseball.
Regular podcast guest Seabass shares his thoughts on VU spring football, and the decision not to televise the spring game, as well as the hoops win over Texas A&M and Luke Kornet's role in it.
Baseball coach Tim Corbin, in some instances, has been hard to pin down as to where he specifically plans to use certain players. What does that mean for VU baseball to start the season, and in the long haul? Mitch Light helps answer that question, and also look at some VU hoops topics.
Vanderbilt baseball coach Tim Corbin joins us for a 50-minute, in-depth preview of the baseball season. Included is a close look at his lineup, his rotation, improvements to Hawkins Field (and things he'd like to see done at the park in the long term), the mailbag segment in which he answers fan questions, and a whole lot more.
Vanderbilt color commentator Tim Thompson talks about the plight of Matthew Fisher-Davis, and how the Commodores blew out Arkansas on the road without him. What does that mean going forward? Tim also discusses the progress of Joe Toye and D'Jery Baptiste, philosophies of zone offense, and much more.
Chris Lee and VandySports.com recruiting analyst David Sisk field a slew of questions, including Vandy's chances of landing converted local recruit Darius Garland, thoughts on Matthew Fisher-Davis, recruiting big men for next season. the outlook for signee Ejike Obinna, getting attendance back up at Memorial Gym, the physical makeup of Bryce Drew's future teams, and a whole lot more.
Chris Lee and Mitch Light examine that question, and also talk about some unsung contributions from Jeff Roberson and Nolan Cressler. Chris and Mitch also take a preliminary look at pitching roles for the 2017 baseball team.
In a lengthy podcast, Chris Lee and Seabass examine whether football coach Derek Mason is recruiting at a high-enough level to win at Vanderbilt. They not only examine this current class for strengths and weaknesses, but also assess where it leaves the current roster. The two then launch an interesting discussion based on the Top 35 teams in the Associated Press's final rankings in 2016, and how well each of those teams has fared in recruiting, and some of the answers may astonish you. In all, it's a fair and balanced discussion of Mason's recruiting that should give fans a lot to discuss.
Vanderbilt men's basketball color commentator Tim Thompson joined the podcast to talk about VU beating Iowa State and Texas A&M. Topics include good play from Luke Kornet and Jeff Roberson, whether the excessive minutes will catch up with VU's starting lineup, and whether the Commodores can make the NCAA Tournament or NIT.