The Hustler Sports 30 on VandyRadio: Time to Talk Coaching

The Hustler Sports 30 crew is back to discuss Vanderbilt football’s head coaching search, and they’re joined by two alumni in Max Schneider and Cutler Klein.

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Ken Seals prepares to snap the ball in a 41-7 loss to LSU on Oct. 3, 2020. (Hustler Multimedia/Hunter Long)

On this week’s episode of the Hustler Sports 30, Simon Gibbs, Betsy Goodfriend and Justin Hershey are back to debate the most pressing question in Vanderbilt athletics: who should be Vanderbilt’s 29th head football coach? The crew is joined by Vanderbilt Hustler alumni Max Schneider and Cutler Klein to discuss what the Commodores should look for in a candidate, which names should be considered and which names should be removed from discussion.

1:05 — Simon recaps a hectic two weeks in Vanderbilt athletics, recapping the events that led us to-date.

3:30 — Cutler and Max fill us in on what they’ve seen from Vanderbilt football this season, and why they believe Vanderbilt felt it was time to move on from Derek Mason.

8:35 — Simon lists two tiers of candidates for the head coaching vacancy.

11:32 — Betsy, Justin, Max and Cutler name additional candidates that they believe should be included on the shortlist.

21:06 — Simon asks Betsy, Justin, Max and Cutler for what Vanderbilt should seek out in its ideal candidate.

31:20 — Betsy discusses who she wants Vanderbilt to hire and who she wants removed from the list of candidates.

34:15 — Cutler discusses who he wants Vanderbilt to hire and who he wants removed from the list of candidates.

38:15 — Max discusses who he wants Vanderbilt to hire and who he wants removed from the list of candidates.

41:25 Justin discusses who he wants Vanderbilt to hire and who he wants removed from the list of candidates.

44:05 — Simon discusses who he wants Vanderbilt to hire and who he wants removed from the list of candidates.

51:33  The hosts debate whether or not they’re concerned with Vanderbilt waiting past early signing day to name a new head coach.