Following Vanderbilt vs. Old Dominion

Following Vanderbilt vs. Old Dominion

Vanderbilt clashes with Old Dominion on Saturday in Nashville. Look inside for info about game television, radio, internet, twitter, live stats, game notes and more.

Three Keys Vanderbilt vs Old Dominion

Three Keys Vanderbilt vs Old Dominion

What looked in August to be a gimme win for the ‘Dores is now simply a must win for Derek Mason and his staff. Vanderbilt fans can deal with being (potentially) winless in the SEC during a rebuilding year, but losing to a Conference USA team that is still playing a mixed FBS/FCS schedule is not okay.

Four Dores Pick the SEC

Four Dores Pick the SEC

Look inside for exclusive game predictions by VandyMania regulars Pete Fox, Don Yates, F.K. Friedman and Hunter Wade.

Friedman: ODU will stress Vandy's defense

Friedman: ODU will stress Vandy's defense

Vanderbilt football has won nine consecutive November games. The last time Vandy lost in November was the controversial overtime struggle in Knoxville in 2011 – more than three bowl games ago.

Dobbs coming to Nashville

Dobbs coming to Nashville

Sam Dobbs, who committed to Vanderbilt in June, is on the comeback trail at Landmark Christian School (Fairburn, Ga.) after suffering an early season injury. The 6-foot-4, 220-pound tight end came back strong in the game against Eagle's Landing and is ready to lead his team into the playoffs. VandyMania.com caught up with Dobbs to get his take on his season as well as the Commodores.

HEAD TO HEAD: VANDERBILT VS. OLD DOMINION

HEAD TO HEAD: VANDERBILT VS. OLD DOMINION

Vanderbilt meets Old Dominion on Saturday at Vanderbilt Stadium. VandyMania.com's Don Yates compares the two teams in several critical areas. He also makes a prediction on the game's final score.

Old Dominion and Vanderbilt's Quest For 30

One of the particularly alarming realities of the 2014 college football season for Vanderbilt is that the Commodores' offense has not yet scored 30 points in a game on its own. Vanderbilt is not going to light up the scoreboard in remaining SEC games, so this team's last best chance for a big offensive day in 2014 comes this Saturday night against the Old Dominion Monarchs.

What to do With the Quarterbacks?

What to do With the Quarterbacks?

Anyone who even casts half a glace the way of the Vanderbilt football team will tell you that 2014 has been a tough year for the Commodores. With all the personnel losses on both sides of the ball from 2013, plus the loss of a coaching staff and the mass exodus of recruits, this was always going to be a tough year for any head coach, let alone a first year guy like Derek Mason.

Three Keys Revisited Vanderbilt at Missouri

Three Keys Revisited Vanderbilt at Missouri

Vandy may have returned from Columbia on the wrong end of a 24-14 score line, but compared to earlier VU contests, there are definitely positives coming out of Saturday’s result. Vanderbilt was able to take advantage of a slew of Missouri mistakes and penalties to keep this one close throughout, but were never able to get their noses in front and put real pressure on their hosts.

Vanderbilt Report Card: Missouri

Vanderbilt Report Card: Missouri

Vanderbilt fell at Missouri 24-14 on Saturday in Columbia, Mo. VandyMania.com's Don Yates grades the Commodores' performance in several key team areas.

Anderton says Vanderbilt "feels right"

Anderton says Vanderbilt "feels right"

Kyle Anderton just received an offer from the Vanderbilt staff three days ago, but after spending a weekend to reflect on the offer he decided to make his commitment and become a Commodore. The 6-foot-3, 260-pound athlete plays quarterback at Station Camp High School in Gallatin, Tenn. but is being recruited by Vanderbilt at the tight end position.

Mizzou 24, Vandy 14: The good, bad and ugly

Mizzou 24, Vandy 14: The good, bad and ugly

Vanderbilt fell 24-14 at Missouri on Saturday to fall to 2-6 (0-5 SEC). Johnny McCrary looked solid at quarterback and the defense seemed improved. Look inside for Don's Good, Bad and Ugly from the game.

Prospects


Football

Commits


Football

Team
Rankings


  • 01.

    Alabama

    Commits: 21
    Points: 4,120
    Conference: SEC
  • 02.

    Georgia

    Commits: 23
    Points: 3,628
    Conference: SEC
  • 03.

    Florida State

    Commits: 20
    Points: 3,537
    Conference: ACC
  • 04.

    Tennessee

    Commits: 26
    Points: 3,389
    Conference: SEC
  • 05.

    Texas A&M

    Commits: 20
    Points: 3,337
    Conference: SEC
  • 06.

    South Carolina

    Commits: 26
    Points: 3,302
    Conference: SEC
  • 07.

    Auburn

    Commits: 20
    Points: 3,259
    Conference: SEC
  • 08.

    Notre Dame

    Commits: 21
    Points: 3,130
    Conference: Indep
  • 09.

    Mississippi State

    Commits: 31
    Points: 3,013
    Conference: SEC
  • 10.

    USC

    Commits: 17
    Points: 2,987
    Conference: Pac-12
  • 70.

    Vanderbilt

    Commits: 9
    Points: 821
    Conference: SEC