The Hustler Sports 30 on VandyRadio: Reviewing the trip to Texas, Previewing LSU, and Vanderbilt Soccer heads to Missouri

The Hustler Sports 30 is back to analyze the Commodores nail biting loss to the Texas A&M Aggies and preview a visit from the reigning National Champion, LSU Tigers.


Donovan Kaufman celebrates a pass breakup in the Commodores loss to Texas A&M on Sept. 26th. (Hustler Multimedia/Hunter Long)

On this week’s episode of the Hustler Sports 30, Simon Gibbs, Alyssa Muir, Betsy Goodfriend and Justin Hershey discuss Vanderbilt’s narrow, albeit entertaining, loss to the Texas A&M Aggies on Sept. 26.

They break down Todd Fitch’s new offense, preview the Commodores matchup with LSU on Saturday, and offer thoughts on students being admitted into the stadium for the home opener. They also touch on Vanderbilt Soccer’s upcoming trip to Missouri.

Here are some can’t miss moments from this week’s show:

2:08 – The crew offers their individual thoughts on what impressed them from the Commodores 17-12 loss to Texas A&M

4:57 – Betsy says her one concern from Week One was Vanderbilt’s inefficient run attack

7:55 – Simon comments on Mike Leach and Mississippi State’s “Air Raid” offense and how LSU struggled with it

9:00 – Justin explains how a student-only crowd will be a huge advantage for the Commodores against LSU

9:32 – Alyssa is looking for Todd Fitch to open the playbook a bit more against LSU

11:10 – Betsy says LSU’s quarterback, Myles Brennan, looked more like a freshman in Week One than Ken Seals did

13:00 – Simon stresses the importance of spreading the touches around to more of Vanderbilt’s playmakers

14:30 – Justin claims the worst thing for the Commodores Week Two matchup was an LSU loss in Week One

18:55 – The crew breaks down what they have seen from Vanderbilt Soccer in their first two games and what to watch for as they travel to Missouri

Tune into the Hustler Sports 30 Podcast each and every week on VandyRadio and SoundCloud for extensive coverage of all things Vanderbilt Commodores.