The College World Series begins and the pair of Vandy aces could cement their legacy alongside other great pair of college teammates.
Which teams aced their selections, and which made more questionable picks? We break it down.
- Vanderbilt to spend $300M to upgrade facilities
- Vandy adds Blazek, Egorugwu to coaching staff
- Vanderbilt coach Lea adds Bennett to staff
- Vandy tabs ex-Cardinals assistant Raih as OC
Vanderbilt announced a $300 million project Monday to improve football and basketball facilities and a new Vandy United Fund to raise money for athletics programs.
Vanderbilt has hired North Dakota State's AJ Blazek and John Egorugwu of the NFL's Buffalo Bills as new assistants.
Vanderbilt coach Clark Lea has hired two more staff members, with former NFL wide receiver Earl Bennett as director of player development at his alma mater and Kaelene Curry director of mental performance.
David Raih, who has worked with the NFL's Cardinals and Packers as a wide receivers coach since 2014, will be the new offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach at Vanderbilt.
Raesjon Davis decommitted from LSU last month and reopened his recruitment, in the middle of the NCAA's dead period. "It's a lot," he says.
The SEC football schedule release on Wednesday featured the return of nonconference games and an opening-day slate on Sept. 4 that includes Power 5 matchups LSU at UCLA, Georgia vs. Clemson, and Miami vs. Alabama.
The 2021 SEC college football schedule is out. Here's a complete look at each team's slate.
Ravens defensive backs coach Jesse Minter will take over as defensive coordinator at Vanderbilt, sources confirmed to ESPN.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi is joined by Andrea Adelson, Heather Dinich, Adam Rittenberg and Ivan Maisel to put a bow on the 2020 college football season
Kevin Negandhi is joined by Andrea Adelson, Heather Dinich, Adam Rittenberg and Ivan Maisel to put a bow on the 2020 college football season. They discuss the historical context of a season played during a pandemic, what was different about this year’s Alabama team, why the Big Ten would like to forget this season, if the College Football Playoff ever seriously flirted with the idea of expansion, Sarah Fuller making history, underdog stories, Dabo Swinney’s heel turn, concerns about the current structure of the sport, predictions and hopes for college football for 2021, and Urban Meyer taking the Jacksonville Jaguars job.
Sarah Fuller, who this season became the first woman to score in a Power 5 game, announced on social media that she has been invited to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
Vanderbilt coach Clark Lea has added four people to his coaching staff, including Syracuse's Justin Lustig as assistant head coach, special teams coordinator and tight ends coach.
Auburn named former South Carolina OC Mike Bodo and former Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason as the team's new offensive and defensive coordinators.
In a college football season unlike any other, there were plenty of inspiring athletes who spoke out, from Mississippi State RB Kylin Hill to Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller. And college football coaches still said some pretty weird stuff.
DawgNation's Mike Griffith joins the show to talks about Georgia's impressive recruiting class, as well as Georgia's team was better than its seasons says that they are. He also has hot takes about Georgia's frustration with Vanderbilt. He also says that JT Daniels starting earlier in this season would have made a big difference on this season.
The Tennessean's, Adam Sparks talks to Paul about the new coach at Vanderbilt and what this means for the future of the program. Wes Blankenship, co-host of shock & Ship Pawdcast, joins to talk about the future for the Georgia Bulldogs and what the loss by Florida last weekend meant for them.
Vanderbilt has hired Notre Dame defensive coordinator Clark Lea as its new head football coach, the school announced Monday night.
Pete Thamel updates the audience on the recent cancellations in the Big Ten and some college football playoff scenarios.
Georgia's scheduled game against Vanderbilt has been called off again and now has been declared a no-contest.