PODCAST: Liam Robbins Returns, Vanderbilt Women Nearly Pull Upset

This week on the Hustler Sports 30 Podcast, Justin Hershey, Sam Curtis and Andrew Wilf debrief a tough men’s basketball loss to Kentucky and analyze what’s going well for Shea Ralph and the women’s squad.

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The Hustler Sports 30 is a weekly podcast hosted by sports editor Justin Hershey and deputy sports editors Sam Curtis and Andrew Wilf. (Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

Justin Hershey, Sam Curtis and Andrew Wilf

On Episode 18 of the Hustler Sports 30 podcast, sports editor Justin Hershey and deputy sports editors Sam Curtis and Andrew Wilf discuss the return of Liam Robbins and all things Vanderbilt basketball. They begin by debriefing a trip to Lexington, Kentucky, where Vanderbilt narrowly loss to the No. 5 Wildcats. They then preview a must-win game against LSU on Saturday before analyzing Vanderbilt women’s basketball’s winning streak. They conclude the show discussing which team will get back to the NCAA Tournament first, the men or the women.

Further Reading

Memorial Minutes: Getting Whole“: While the Commodores were unable to come out with a victory in their trip to Lexington, Kentucky, for the first time all season, all 13 of their scholarship players were healthy.

Memorial Minutes: Getting Out of the Cellar, Building Winning Streaks“: After consecutive seasons at the bottom of the SEC, Shea Ralph has led the Vanderbilt Commodores out of the cellar of the best basketball conference in the nation.

Commodores fall to Kentucky, 77-70, in Liam Robbins’ debut“: Vanderbilt center Liam Robbins made his Commodore debut on Wednesday, but Vanderbilt was unable to come up with a win at Rupp Arena.

De’Mauri Flournoy: Whatever it takes to win“: When asked to describe herself, Vanderbilt guard De’Mauri Flournoy only needed one word: “Determined”.