On Episode 2 of the Hustler Sports 30 podcast, sports editor Justin Hershey and deputy sports Editor Bryce Smith are joined by assistant sports editor Sam Curtis and athletic director Candice Storey Lee for an exclusive interview. Lee discusses the latest Vandy United campaign developments, what football success looks like this season, the implications of NIL, and the additions of Oklahoma and Texas to the SEC. Following the interview, Bryce and Justin breakdown Vanderbilt’s frustrating 23-3 loss to East Tennessee State and discuss what needs to change in week two. Stream The Hustler Sports 30 each and every week for exclusive guests wherever you get your podcasts!
“Film Room: Where the Vanderbilt Offense Went Wrong in Week One”: Vanderbilt managed just 3 points against an FCS opponent last Saturday night, despite returning 9 of 11 starters on offense from the 2020 team.
“Commodore Brunch Week One: New energy, old results”: Vanderbilt football’s rock bottom wasn’t an 0-9 2020 campaign, but rather a grueling, unenthused 23-3 loss to an FCS team at home.
“‘I bowled 30 years for that one moment’: Associate women’s bowling coach Josie Barnes is a U.S. Open champion”: Josie Barnes fended off former major champion Cherie Tan to bring an inspiring women’s U.S. Open bowling title back to West End.
“SEC Expansion: Vanderbilt will benefit from league expansion”: As the sole private university in the Southeastern Conference, Vanderbilt remains a tremendous asset.