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Tidd Commits to Vandy

Tidd Commits to Vandy

Posted on 21 June 2015 by Allen

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Derek Mason picked up a big commitment from Cameron Tibb, a 3 star defensive tackle from Greenwood, Indiana who will add some beef to the defensive line. Tidd made the announcement on Twitter Thursday.

At 6’3 250 lbs Tibb is a junior who is flying under the radar in most recruiting circles. He had picked up offers from smaller schools like Bowling Green and Air Force. If he has a big year this season you know bigger schools will come calling. Nothing is official until he signs the NLI but it’s good to see Tidd is confident in his decision. Coach Derek Mason knows a lot about defense and can put him in a position to be successful on the field.

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Vandy-WKU moved to Thursday, Sept 3rd

Vandy-WKU moved to Thursday, Sept 3rd

Posted on 18 June 2015 by Allen

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Vanderbilt vs Western Kentucky has been moved up to Sept. 3rd. The game will be televised live on the SEC Network. Kickoff is set for 7 PM Central at Dudley Field in Nashville.

Commodore fans have to be a little worried after last year’s team laid an egg on Thursday night when they kicked off the season against Temple at home last year. The Hilltoppers were 8-5 last year with a bowl win. They are also returning stud QB Brandon Doughty who will likely be an NFL Draft pick next year.

The Dores have everything to lose and very little to gain by beating WKU. If Derek Mason’s team wins, it’s expected but if they lose, it will get nasty on talk radio on Sept. 4th.

Vanderbilt will likely be better on defense this year but offense is still a question mark. Ralph Webb will be the starter at running back after a standout freshman year. Quarterback and receiver is where the trouble was last year.

It’s sad but Western Kentucky is a must win for this year’s squad.

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Three Commodores Drafted in 1st Round of 2015 MLB Draft

Three Commodores Drafted in 1st Round of 2015 MLB Draft

Posted on 09 June 2015 by Allen

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After defeating Illinois yesterday in the Super Regional Vanderbilt had more to celebrate. Three players were picked in the first round of the 2015 MLB Draft.

Dansby Swanson was the first overall pick going to Arizona. The Diamondbacks drafted the shortstop at #1. Swanson hit 15 homers and was thought to be one of the top prospects in college.

Carson Fulmer went #8 to the Chicago White Sox. Fulmer was 13-2 this year with a 1.82 ERA and 152 strikeouts in 114 innings at Vandy.

Walker Buehler was drafted 24th by the Dodgers. The right handed pitcher had 81 strikeouts this year and had an ERA of 2.97.

The trio are due for a big pay day but there is still work to do. Vanderbilt played Cal State Fullerton Sunday in Omaha in the College World Series.

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Grady transfers to Florida

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Grady transfers to Florida

Posted on 05 June 2015 by Allen

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Former Vanderbilt QB/wide receiver Josh Grady is headed to Gainesville, FL to finish out his college career. Grady is a graduate transfer and will have one season of eligibility to play for the Gators this year.

The former Commodore won’t likely start for Florida. Grady has most likely been brought in to give the Gators some depth at quarterback should something happen to Treon Harris.

Grady didn’t see much time under center in Nashville. Lost in the shuffle behind Jordan Rodgers, Austyn Carta-Samuels, Patton Robinette, and Johnny McCrary he decided to move to wide receiver for 2014 but didn’t see a lot of the field. Now the Florida native can go back home and have a shot at helping first year coach Jim McElwain rebuild the program in Gainesville.

Vanderbilt will travel to Florida on Nov. 7th in what will be an interesting game for Grady.

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New Vandy Freshman Report to Campus

New Vandy Freshman Report to Campus

Posted on 04 June 2015 by Allen

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Vanderbilt’s four freshman for the 2015-16 season reported to campus over the weekend. Assistant coach Julian Terrell posted a pic to Twitter on Sunday showing the kids at Vandy.

Djery Baptiste, Samir Sehic, Joseph Toye, Camron Justice are all ranked with at least three stars according to most scouting sites. Justice originally committed to Tennessee but after Coach Tyndall was fired he decommitted in February and chose the Commodores in April.

All four men are thought to get a lot of playing time next year and the expectations are pretty high for the Dores next year with most of last year’s team intact. James Siakim graduated and Shelton Mitchell transferred to Clemson. The rest of the team returns. Damian Jones turned down the NBA to come back for his junior year. Wade Baldwin, Riley LaChance, Matthew Fisher-Davis and Jeff Roberson look to get even better as sophomores. Josh Henderson and Luke Kornet will also give the Dores some size under the basket.

Vanderbilt’s 2015-16 schedule will be released in August.

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Vandy Week 2 Showdown against UGA to air Nationally on CBS

Vandy Week 2 Showdown against UGA to air Nationally on CBS

Posted on 30 May 2015 by Allen

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The SEC sent out a press release late last week hyping their TV schedule. It got lost in the shuffle when Commissioner Slive stepped down a few months early. The SEC will kick off their season on CBS when Louisville plays Auburn in Atlanta at the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game on Sept. 5th. The next week CBS will be in Nashville for Georgia vs. Vandy. Verne Lundquist is coming to town!

After UGA handled the Dores in Athens, 44-17 this isn’t exactly the Iron Bowl but considering there aren’t a lot of conference matchups in week 2 CBS picked Georgia at Vandy over Kentucky at South Carolina, and LSU at Mississippi State. Tennessee plays Oklahoma out of conference and that game will likely air on ESPN or ABC. LSU vs Miss State could have some serious SEC West implications, especially with Dak Prescott coming back to Starkville for his senior season and it will likely air on ESPN.

Georgia is the favorite to win the SEC East this year. Nick Chubb will be the featured back at Georgia this year and will look to continue the success he had taking for Todd Gurley last year.

Vanderbilt will open against Western Kentucky on Sept. 5th in a game that is not an easy win. If the Dores can start 1-0 we will get a week of hype about Derek Mason’s defense shutting down Chubb and the Georgia offense.

The SEC hasn’t announced anymore info on Vanderbilt football gametimes or broadcasts. That will come out once the season gets going.

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Fulmer shuts down Lipscomb, 9-1

Fulmer shuts down Lipscomb, 9-1

Posted on 30 May 2015 by Allen

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Playing in its second-ever NCAA regional the Lipscomb baseball team came out fired up but ultimately dropped a 9-1 decision to the reigning national champion and host Vanderbilt Friday night in front of an announced sellout crowd of 3,626 at Hawkins Field.

Lipscomb will now put its season on the line Saturday when it will go into the loser’s bracket and try to knock off second-seeded Radford at 3:05 p.m. in an elimination game. Radford (43-15) lost to Indiana earlier in the day on Friday.

The Bisons (39-19) entered the sixth inning within striking distance, but a five-run frame from Vanderbilt broke the game wide open and pushed the ‘Dores lead to 8-1.

“When you play a team like Vanderbilt, the best thing you can do is do what we did in the first four innings,” Lipscomb skipper Jeff Forehand said. “We had a great situation and the game was there for us to take, but we ran into trouble in the sixth.

“We gave up four hits and three freebies with two hit by pitches and a walk, so they were able to get seven out of eight batters on base. Anytime you give up five runs in an inning, it is going to put you in a tough spot, especially with the guy Vandy had on the mound.”

Vanderbilt (43-19) hung the game’s first runs on the board in the bottom of the second when seven-hole hitter Jeren Kendall launched a 2-run home run to right centerfield, his sixth of the season. Bryan Reynolds, who reached on a leadoff single, scored on the play to give the Commodores an early 2-0 lead.

Lipscomb answered right back in the top of the third with a run of its own.

Sophomore third baseman Hunter Hanks led off the frame with a single back up the middle and then advanced to second on a wild pitch. Two batters later redshirt junior first baseman Adam Lee dropped a single into shallow center field to plate Hanks and cut VU’s lead to 2-1.

“I just had a long at bat and saw a lot of pitches and fortunately I think he made a mistake on a 3-2 pitch with a slider and I was able to put a good swing on it and get a base hit,” Adam Lee said.

It was the first run Vanderbilt’s Carson Fulmer had given up at home since March 14 against Arkansas, a streak of 37.2 scoreless innings.

After recording four base knocks through the first three innings, Lipscomb’s offense finished the night with just five hits. Senior left fielder Jonathan Allison’s two-out double in the eighth was the only hit for the Bisons over the final six frames.

“There were a lot of opportunities for us in the beginning,” Adam Lee said. “We had a lot of guys on base and we were moving them, but we just never got that big hit to propel the offense.

“We knew Fulmer was a great pitcher, but we were still confident because we had faith in what we have been doing all year, but tonight we just fell a little bit short.”

Senior knuckleballer Ian Martinez-McGraw took the loss for Lipscomb on the mound, falling to 7-4 on the year. He worked 4.1 frames, giving up three runs on seven hits. He struck out two and walked four.

“My approach didn’t change at all,” Martinez-McGraw said. “I tried to get ahead with the fastball and fell behind a couple times. I factored in the knuckleball a little bit more. I haven’t thrown it as much this season as I did in this game.

“They just executed when they had to. You have to give all the credit to their offense. They just clicked on all cylinders today. I think they played with a chip on their shoulder because of what happened earlier this season. Basically my approach just stayed the same that it has been all season.”

The loss was Martinez-McGraw’s first in five outings.

Senior lefty Nick Andros took over in the fifth and surrendered five earned runs on five hits in 1.2 innings pitched.

Leadoff man Ro Coleman and Kendall each tallied three hits to pace a Vanderbilt offense that saw five players get multiple hits. Coleman reached base five times on the night after going 3-for-3 with a walk and a fielder’s choice.

Fulmer improved to 12-2 after tossing seven complete innings. He scattered four hits, gave up one run and punched out 11 with three walks.

”We have to turn the page pretty quick after this one so we can get ready for a good Radford team tomorrow,” Forehand said. “We don’t have much time because now we have to go back and get some rest and be right back here at noon tomorrow. Although it is easier said than done sometimes, this game needs to be flushed because if you don’t do it, you will put yourself behind the eight ball again tomorrow.”

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5Dimes sets Vandy 2015 Win Total at Three

5Dimes sets Vandy 2015 Win Total at Three

Posted on 29 May 2015 by Allen

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According to 5Dimes.com it’s going to be a long year in Nashville. The popular offshore wagering site recently released their prop win totals for the 2015 season. Vanderbilt’s over/under is three games. Last year in Coach Derek Mason’s first year the team finished 3-9 after winning 9 games in 2013.

Vandy’s schedule is pretty tough. They open the season against Western Kentucky who is bringing back fifth year senior Brandon Doughty. Last year Doughty lit up the opposition throwing for 4830 yards with 49 touchdowns.

On Sept. 12th the Dores open SEC play by hosting Georgia. Last season in Athens the Dawgs rolled Vanderbilt 44-17. Luckily the Commodores get Austin Peay the following week and should be able to get an easy win at Dudley Field.

Unfortunately Mason’s squad has to head to Oxford Sept. 26th to face Ole Miss. Last year the Rebels dominated Vandy at LP Field 41-3 in a game that wasn’t even close.

On Oct. 3rd the Dores head to Murfreesboro to face MTSU. The Raiders have had Vandy’s number in recent meetings and this game is one that Coach Stockstill has circled on his calender.

Two weeks later Vandy heads to Columbia, South Carolina to play against “The Old Ball Coach”. Last year the Dores played the Gamecocks pretty close but still came up short 48-34.

On Oct. 24th Vandy heads back home to play Missouri. Last season the Commodores gave Maty Mauk fits and came close to pulling an upset on the road. This year it will be interesting to see what Missouri does.

Halloween night the Dores will play Houston on the road. The last time these two teams played Vandy won a thriller in the Compass Bowl. Last year the Cougars finished 8-5 and ended the year by beating Pitt in the Armed Forces Bowl.

On Nov. 7th Vandy heads to the Swamp to play Florida. Two years ago Vanderbilt won in Gainesville but that was under former head coach James Franklin. Last year Florida was pretty dominant in Nashville and beat the Dores 34-10.

On Nov 14th Kentucky comes to Nashville. The Wildcats have shown improvement and even defeated Vanderbilt last year in Lexington, 17-7. It was a pretty game to watch and if the Dores had any offense they could’ve easily won. It should be a close game in Nashville.

The following week Texas A&M makes their first trip to Dudley Field. The Aggies are always good on offense and you can expect them to come out throwing the ball.

The last game of the season will be in Knoxville on Nov. 28th. Last season the Vols came to Nashville a double digit favorite but held on to win by 7. The Dores came to play on defense and gave Tennessee all they wanted.

Three wins seems a little low. Austin Peay is the only game on the schedule that I would be my house on as a guaranteed win. Western Kentucky, MTSU, Houston and Kentucky are winnable but aren’t a sure thing. Games against Missouri, South Carolina, and Tennessee could be close if you look at what happened last year.

The defense should be much improved next year. Derek Mason is calling the defense this year and the team did really well against UT last year when he did it for the first time. Caleb Azubike is poised for a big year in his senior season and Nigel Bowden and Nifae Lealao are getting a lot of buzz for their play last year as freshmen. If Mason can keep SEC teams from scoring into the 20s Vandy could have a shot at winning 5 or 6 games.

The only thing that really worries me is the offense. Andy Ludwig is taking over for Karl Dorrell. Ludwig had some decent seasons at Wisconsin but when you have Melvin Gordon running the ball a lot of that takes care of itself. Vandy has to find a reliable QB. Wade Freebeck struggled as a true freshman in Karl Dorrell’s offense. Johnny McCrary looked like a legit SEC QB against Missouri and Old Dominion last year but against Mississsippi State he looked lost. If Ludwig can utilize Ralph Webb at running back and develop some receivers for whoever is under center Vandy could be able to hang with SEC competition, provided the defense plays up to par.

Three wins is where the sportsbooks think Vandy is this year. I’d take the over. The Commodores will find a way to win at least four.

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Vandy Hoops add permanent home and home with UK, Florida, and UT

Vandy Hoops add permanent home and home with UK, Florida, and UT

Posted on 29 May 2015 by Allen

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The SEC office has announced that Kentucky, Florida, and Tennessee have been named Vanderbilt’s permanent men’s basketball home and home opponents.

The Southeastern Conference announced a men’s basketball scheduling model beginning in 2015-16 that features three permanent opponents.

Each SEC team will play the other 13 teams at least one time during league play. They will then play their three permanent opponents a second time and the remaining two games will be scheduled on a rotating basis.

The 2016 men’s basketball schedule will be announced in August.

By picking up Kentucky twice it really gives the Dores a bump in RPI which is always nice to have at the end of the season when the selection committee is picking teams for the NCAA Tournament.

Permanent Opponents
Alabama — Auburn / Mississippi State / LSU
Arkansas — Missouri / Texas A&M / LSU
Auburn — Alabama / Ole Miss / Georgia
Florida — Kentucky / Georgia / Vanderbilt
Georgia — South Carolina / Florida / Auburn
Kentucky — Florida / Tennessee / Vanderbilt
LSU — Texas A&M / Alabama / Arkansas
Ole Miss — Mississippi State / Auburn / Missouri
Mississippi State — Ole Miss / Alabama / South Carolina
Missouri — Arkansas / Texas A&M / Ole Miss
South Carolina — Georgia / Tennessee / Mississippi State
Tennessee — Vanderbilt / Kentucky / South Carolina
Texas A&M — LSU / Arkansas / Missouri
Vanderbilt — Tennessee / Kentucky / Florida

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Vandy to host NCAA Regional

Vandy to host NCAA Regional

Posted on 25 May 2015 by Allen

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The NCAA Division I Baseball Committee announced the 16 regional sites for the 69th annual NCAA Division I Baseball Championship and four SEC schools will serve as host institutions.

The 16 regional sites, with host institutions and records are as follows:

• Baton Rouge, Louisiana – LSU (48-10)
• Champaign, Illinois – Illinois (47-8-1)
• College Station, Texas – Texas A&M (45-11)
• Coral Gables, Florida – Miami (Fla.) (44-14)
• Dallas, Texas – Dallas Baptist (43-13)
• Fort Worth, Texas – TCU (43-11)
• Fullerton, California – Cal State Fullerton (34-22)
• Gainesville, Florida – Florida (*43-16)
• Houston, Texas – Houston (42-18)
• Lake Elsinore, California – UC Santa Barbara (40-15-1)
• Los Angeles, California – UCLA (42-14)
• Louisville, Kentucky – Louisville (43-16)
• Nashville, Tennessee – Vanderbilt (*42-18)
• Springfield, Missouri – Missouri State (45-10)
• Stillwater, Oklahoma – Oklahoma State (37-18)
• Tallahassee, Florida – Florida State (41-19)
(*record through Saturday, May 23, 2015)

By virtue of being awarded a regional, all 16 host institutions have also been selected to the 64-team championship field.

Each regional field features four teams, playing in a double-elimination format. All 16 regionals are scheduled to be conducted from Friday, May 29 to Monday, June 1 (if necessary).

Three institutions are hosting for the 20th time or more as Florida State leads the list of schools with 32, Miami (Fla.) with 26 and LSU with 23. Florida is hosting for the 13th time, while Cal State Fullerton and Oklahoma State are hosting for the 12th time since the NCAA went to the regional format in 1975.

Texas A&M is hosting for the 10th time, while UCLA is hosting a regional for the sixth time. Hosting for the fifth time include Louisville, TCU and Vanderbilt, with Houston hosting for the third time.

Rounding out the list and hosting for the first time are Dallas Baptist, Illinois, Missouri State and UC Santa Barbara.

The regional hosted by UC Santa Barbara will be played at The Diamond in Lake Elsinore, California. Eight institutions [Florida, Florida State, LSU, Louisville, Miami (Fla.), Oklahoma State, TCU and Vanderbilt] also hosted in 2014.

The remaining at-large teams, top-eight national seeds, first-round regional pairings and site assignments will be announced at noon ET on Monday, May 25. The one-hour program will be shown live on ESPNU. The committee will set the entire 64-team bracket through both the super regionals and the first round of the Men’s College World Series, and will not reseed the field after play begins.

Selection of the eight super regional hosts will be announced on Monday, June 1 at approximately 11 p.m. ET.

There are 31 Division I conferences which will receive an automatic berth in the field of 64, along with 33 at-large selections. The 69th Men’s College World Series begins play Saturday, June 13, at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska.

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Gators top Dores, win SEC Baseball Tournament

Gators top Dores, win SEC Baseball Tournament

Posted on 25 May 2015 by Allen

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Florida hit early and hit often against defending National Champion Vanderbilt, beating the Commodores 7-3 to take home the 2015 SEC Championship. The Gators took the lead in the second pitch of the first inning and never gave the lead away, out-hitting Vanderbilt 14-6. The Gators’ first batter, Harrison Bader, homered to left field on his second pitch. Four batters later, Buddy Reid scored on a Peter Alonso single to close out the opening inning.

Vanderbilt answered on a wild pitch by Eric Hanhold in the bottom of the first, but Florida increased the lead to two more in the top of the second inning. Runs came by Buddy Reid’s double to left field, which let Bader cross home and off a Josh Tobias infield single, which Reid scored on. The No. 4 Gators led the No. 1 Commodores 4-1 by the end of the second inning.

After a brief weather delay, Florida came out in the third with a single run by Jeremy Vasquez’s single to left field as JJ Schwarz got the run. Vanderbilt also scored a single run in the bottom of the third on a Rhett Wiseman single that allowed a run by Karl Ellison.

With the score at 5-2, inclement weather in the Hoover, Ala., area returned rapidly at the end of third inning. The game was delayed for two hours and 14 minutes before teams returned to the field.

In the first inning back, the Gators notched two more runs on a Vasquez infield single, scoring Alonso and another on the following pitch as Mike Rivera scored on a wild pitch by Ben Bowden.

Both teams were held scoreless after the fifth inning.

Florida head coach Kevin O’Sullivan attributed the Gators’ depth to their tournament success.

“I think we have some depth,” O’Sullivan said. “I was really please with how Danny through the ball. I think the 5th inning really may have been the turning point. I think he had to go through the 2-3-4 parts of the order and locate his fastball on both sides. It was just an outstanding effort by a lot of guys.”

The win is Florida’s seventh SEC Baseball Tournament championship and first since 2011.

Florida improves to 44-16 on the year going into the NCAA College Baseball Regionals. Gator pitcher Danny Young took the win, improving to 4-2 in 2015. The Commodores fall to 42-18 and Ryan Johnson took the loss, moving to 5-1 on the year.

2015 SEC Baseball All-Tournament Team

MVP – J.J. Schwarz, Florida

SP: A.J. Puk, Florida

SP: Matt Kent, Texas A&M

RP: Taylor Lewis, Florida

C/DH: J.J. Schwarz, Florida

1B: Zander Wiel, Vanderbilt / Peter Alonso, Florida

2B: Jared Foster, LSU

3B: Will Toffey, Vanderbilt

SS: Dansby Swanson, Vanderbilt

OF: Jeren Kendall, Vanderbilt

OF: Bryan Reynolds, Vanderbilt

OF: Trey Harris, Missouri

OF: Buddy Reed, Florida

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Donaven Tennyson commits to Vandy

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Donaven Tennyson commits to Vandy

Posted on 20 May 2015 by Allen

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Derek Mason picked up a solid wide receiver commit earlier this week when Donaven Tennyson announced he was coming to Vanderbilt next year. Tennyson will be a senior this season and had been offered by Tennessee, Michigan State, West Virginia among other schools. Mason offered Tennyson in February.

The 5’11″, 175 pound Richmond, VA native had previously been thought to be a Vol but he has decided to go to Vanderbilt instead. Tennyson caught 34 passes for 836 yards and 14 touchdowns last year as a junior. The Dores have a pretty good QB prospect committed named Deuce Wallace who will love to have a fast downfield receiver like Tennyson catching passes.

Nothing is ever in stone when it comes to verbal commits and if the Dores have another bad year this year it’s possible some guys jump ship. We’ll have to wait until February to see what happens when he can actually sign the NLI.

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Commodores to face Texas in 2016 SEC/Big 12 Challenge

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Commodores to face Texas in 2016 SEC/Big 12 Challenge

Posted on 17 May 2015 by Allen

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After ending the season on a strong note Vanderbilt will face a stiff challenge next season when they play Texas in Austin as part of the 2016 SEC/Big 12 Challenge. The Commodores will likely be ranked in the Top 25 when they play the Longhorns who will be led by first year coach Shaka Smart. Smart left VCU after making deep runs in the NCAA Tournament the past few years.

The 2016 SEC/Big 12 Challenge will take place on January 30th and will feature 10 SEC teams against 10 Big 12 teams. All the games will broadcast on ESPN networks. The times are not yet known. In addition to Vandy at Texas the games are: Texas Tech at Arkansas, Oklahoma State at Auburn, West Virginia at Florida, Georgia at Baylor, Kentucky at Kansas, Oklahoma at LSU, Ole Miss at Kansas State, Tennessee at TCU, Iowa State at Texas A&M.

Alabama, Missouri, South Carolina, and Mississippi State aren’t participating in the games.

With Damian Jones returning to Vandy and a strong supporting cast led by Luke Kornet, Wade Bladwin, Riley LaChance many think the Dores will be a contender in the SEC next season. The Dores their last five in the regular season before falling to Tennessee in the SEC Tournament. Kevin Stallings’ squad then won two in the NIT before falling to Stanford on the road.

The 2015-16 schedule won’t be announced until later this year but it’s already known that Vanderbilt will participate in the Maui Invitational in Hawaii. Indiana, Kansas, UCLA, St. John’s, Wake Forest, UNLV and Chaminade are the other schools involved.

Games against Purdue on the road and against Iona and Dayton at home this year have also been rumored but not officially announced.

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Vandy ranked #22 in Athlon’s Early 2015 Basketball Poll

Vandy ranked #22 in Athlon’s Early 2015 Basketball Poll

Posted on 11 May 2015 by Allen

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After a late season surge that sent the Commodores into the NIT Athlon has Vanderbilt ranked in their early preseason basketball poll. Kevin Stallings’ squad is ranked #22.

With Damian Jones returning to West End many expect Vanderbilt to do well next season. Jones was projected to be a first NBA Draft pick but opted to come back for this senior year. And with a good young supporting cast in Luke Kornet, Matthew Fisher-Davis, Riley LaChance and Wade Baldwin around him this could be a big year for the Dores.

Vanderbilt did lose James Siakim to graduataion and Sheldon Mitchell who decided to transfer out. Stallings is bringing in a nationally ranked recruiting class consisting of Samir Sehic, Djery Baptiste, Joseph Toye, and Camron Justice. If the freshman can find a way to contribute the Dores could live up to the hype.

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Temple 37 Vanderbilt 7 F
Alabama 33 West Virginia 23 F
Arkansas 21 Auburn 45 F
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