It's telling who VU has been putting at press conferences lately. Chris Lee and Norman Jordan talk about that, and answer listener questions.
There's a case that 24-point loss to UNLV is Vandy's worst since the 1990 SMU debacle, and maybe worse than that. Chris Lee and Mitch Light discuss that and take a critical look into the issues of the team, and briefly talk about a few other SEC games from the past weekend.
That's the message that Tommy Smith, hired to be a special assistant to AD Malcolm Turner, has for Vanderbilt fans. Smith, a former NBA executive, discusses his role at VU, his thoughts on Malcolm Turner and Jerry Stackhouse, and what future facilities and program improvements may look like as Vanderbilt prepares to move forward with those in the coming months.
Chris Lee and Willy Daunic discuss some of the implications of a football season that's going poorly, and what could come next.
VU football radio color commentator Norman Jordan tackles that question, and several others surrounding the current offensive and defensive dysfunction, as the two discuss what's going wrong with the season.
Chris Lee and Mitch Light dissect an all-around poor performance in Oxford, including some notes on injuries and play on both sides of the line.
VU's football color commentator answers your questions about Commodore football, including offensive line issues and play-calling philosophies.
Chris Lee and Seabass talk Commodore football, including things they like and things they don't from a four-game sample size.
Chris Lee and 102.5 The Game's Willy Daunic talk about VU's win over Northern Illinois, and look ahead to the Ole Miss game. Willy also discusses the Predators' outlook as well as some playoff baseball.
Chris Lee and Mitch Light discuss VU's win over Northern Illinois and answer a bunch of mailbag questions. We hit the good and bad of it all, including the current injury situation (and how that was affected by the heat), play-calling and schemes, KeShawn Vaughn's remarkable day (especially in the context of becoming a father the night before), and a lot more.
Devin Cochran is back soon, and a few newcomers have passed the test in his absence. So with him back, how should VU line up along the offensive line, and what should depth look like? They tackle that, discuss defensive deficiencies and discuss the importance of the NIU game for coach Derek Mason.
Coach Derek Mason fingered trust, inexperience and cohesiveness as issues on defense at Tuesday's press conference. VU radio color commentator Norman Jordan discusses those and why he thinks Mason is right. He and Chris Lee get into scenarios with offensive line shuffles also.
Willy Daunic, play-by-play voice of the Nashville Predators and former VU basketball and baseball player, joins us for his weekly podcast appearance.
Chris and Mitch each take a crack at predicting betting lines in games involving VU the rest of the way. They also uncover a historic aspect of the LSU game and answer a bunch of mailbag questions.
After two games (and seeing other opponents on the schedule), would Chris Lee and Seabass revise their preseason over-under for win totals? They discuss that and other aspects of the football season, talk briefly about the LSU game, and answer mailbag questions.
VU radio color commentator Norman Jordan has gone back and looked at the Commodores' first two games, and shares observations as to what's going wrong on both sides of the ball, and shares thoughts on what might (and might not) help going forward.
The Commodores have not looked good in their 0-2 start, but 102.5 The Game's Willy Daunic sees things getting better after the upcoming LSU game. He and Chris Lee also briefly talk baseball, and Willy answers a few questions about his radio career.
Mitch Light and Chris Lee talk SEC and college football, before answering mailbag questions and diving into some quick NCAA news and some baseball talk.
Coach Derek Mason has always approached his job from a defense-first perspective, but is it really working? A shallow dive into the stats reveals some troubling numbers about the defense, which begs several questions about how VU is to win football games from there. Chris Lee and Seabass discuss these things in a 45-minute episode.
Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason has his "RTI" formula for what VU wants to be in football. Chris Lee and WIlly Daunic come up with one for hoops that combines common denominators of all good Vandy teams throughout the past few decades. The two also discuss football and examine the much-discussed baseball scholarship situation as a competitive advantage.
VU sideline reporter Mitch Light discusses the Commodores' 42-24 loss at Purdue, and adds a few thoughts on remaining opponents.
Is quarterback play a concern? What about the offense in general? Chris Lee and Seabass delve into that, and then talk about the attendance and how that could affect recruiting strategy, particularly with respect to graduate transfers. The two also talk about how the schedule looks easier now than it did two weeks ago.
Vanderbilt football color commentator Norman Jordan talks about VU's 30-6 loss to Georgia, and discusses matchup issues with respect to Purdue.
Willy Daunic, former VU hoops and baseball player and current radio talk show/Nashville Predators play-by-play announcer, discusses what he took away from the opener. He and Chris Lee have a lengthy discussion about Vandy's attendance issues with its own fans before answering a few mailbag questions.
Chris Lee and Mitch Light discuss VU's 30-6, opening-night loss to Georgia.