PODCAST: State of the Men’s Basketball Program, Previewing South Carolina

This week on the Hustler Sports 30 Podcast, Justin Hershey, Sam Curtis and Andrew Wilf discuss where Vanderbilt men’s basketball stands a third of the way through their SEC slate.

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Justin Hershey, Sam Curtis, and Andrew Wilf

On Episode 17 of the Hustler Sports 30 podcast, sports editor Justin Hershey and deputy sports editors Sam Curtis and Andrew Wilf provide their perspectives on Vanderbilt men’s basketball’s season thus far. Coming off of consecutive SEC losses, the hosts discuss how much blame should be placed on Jerry Stackhouse and what the Commodores need moving forward to jumpstart the rest of their season. They then dive into keys to Vanderbilt getting a win in Columbia against South Carolina on Wednesday. They finish the show checking in on Vanderbilt women’s basketball’s tough schedule of late and they look forward to an easier road ahead for the Commodores.

Further Reading

Memorial Minutes: Missing Chatman and Robbin(s)“: Still missing key players from the lineup, the Commodores are struggling offensively and desperately need a breakthrough or, perhaps, a heroic rescue.

Vanderbilt struggles to score against strong Tennessee defense, loses 68-60“: Despite a gritty effort on the defensive end of the floor, the Vanderbilt Commodores were unable to best their in-state foe at Memorial Gymnasium on Tuesday night.

Vanderbilt loses fourth consecutive SEC game, falling short to Missouri 64-52“: Despite competitive offensive play from Vanderbilt, the Commodore defense underperformed on Thursday night.