The Vanderbilt Hustler

Behind enemy lines: Ole Miss

Behind enemy lines: Ole Miss

Robbie Weinstein, Sports Editor

November 17, 2016

The Vanderbilt Hustler sports editor Robbie Weinstein and the Daily Mississippian sports editor Brian Scott Rippee discuss the state of the Commodores and Rebels ahead of Saturday’s game. Brian Scott Rippee: Vanderbilt seems to be a hard team to figure out. It's looked great in spots like in ...

SEC football power rankings: Week 12

SEC football power rankings: Week 12

Robbie Weinstein, Sports Editor

November 17, 2016

In a season that's seen only a few intra-league upsets, Week 11 saw a bit of a shake-up in the SEC's pecking order in the middle and at the bottom. Here's how our staff thinks the Lord's Conference stands with two regular-season games remaining. 1. Alabama (Last week: 1) The Tide continued to rol...

Five thoughts: Vanderbilt beats Belmont for Drew’s first win

Five thoughts: Vanderbilt beats Belmont for Drew’s first win

Robbie Weinstein, Sports Editor

November 16, 2016

As Vanderbilt prepared to take on local opponent Belmont, the ‘Dores hoped that their three-point defense would improve from a season-opening loss to Marquette in which they gave up 13 made threes. The three-happy Bruins bombed away like always, but Vanderbilt ultimately came away with a relatively com...

Zach Cunningham making his case for SEC Defensive Player of the Year

Zach Cunningham making his case for SEC Defensive Player of the Year

Max Schneider, Associate Sports Editor

November 14, 2016

The SEC is a conference characterized by brutally tough defenses and low scoring games. Look back at any NFL draft and you’re bound to see several first-round picks coming from top SEC defenses. For this reason, it’s no surprise that the SEC Defensive Player of the Year Award carries with it trem...

Commodore Brunch Week 10: Vanderbilt vs. Mizzou

Commodore Brunch Week 10: Vanderbilt vs. Mizzou

Cutler Klein, Sports Editor

November 14, 2016

Whoever said "it's always darkest before the dawn" is a liar and a damn fool. Or, at the very least, has never seen the Vanderbilt Commodores play football. A week ago, I was telling you that Vanderbilt would make a bowl game IF and only IF it played like it did in the loss to Auburn. ICYMI: I...

Five thoughts: ‘Dores sunk by Marquette in opener

Five thoughts: ‘Dores sunk by Marquette in opener

Robbie Weinstein, Sports Editor

November 12, 2016

The start of the Bryce Drew era at Vanderbilt didn’t go as planned. Drew’s Commodore squad had a chance to open the 2016-17 season with a splash by earning a quality neutral-site win over Big East foe Marquette Friday night. Instead, the Golden Eagles blew Vanderbilt out of the water at the U.S...

Behind enemy lines: Missouri

Behind enemy lines: Missouri

Robbie Weinstein, Sports Editor

November 10, 2016

The Vanderbilt Hustler sports editor Robbie Weinstein and the Maneater sports editor Peter Baugh discuss the state of the Tigers ahead of Saturday's football game. Robbie Weinstein: With the drop-off on defense this year for Mizzou, has this come down to their rash of injuries, or are there othe...

Three games to watch: Week 11

Three games to watch: Week 11

Jack Fader

November 10, 2016

As the college football season winds to a close, games start to have a significant impact on the postseason, whether it be conference championship games or bowl games. Here are three games to watch this week. No. 9 Auburn at Georgia   Auburn comes into this one having won six games in a row to p...

Three matchups to watch: Missouri

Three matchups to watch: Missouri

Josh Hansan

November 10, 2016

A week after a last-minute loss to ninth-ranked Auburn, Vanderbilt gears up for its final road game of the season as it travels to Columbia to take on the Missouri Tigers. Here are the three matchups to watch this week as the ‘Dores look to get their second SEC win of the season. Missouri quarte...

SEC men’s basketball preseason power rankings

SEC men’s basketball preseason power rankings

Robbie Weinstein, Sports Editor

November 9, 2016

Good news: Basketball season is back. Bad news: The SEC might be worse than ever. After sending only three teams to the 2016 NCAA tournament and combining for just three tournament wins, the SEC hopes to bounce back in 2016-17. As many as seven teams have legitimate NCAA tournament hopes heading...

Behind enemy lines: Marquette

Behind enemy lines: Marquette

Robbie Weinstein, Sports Editor

November 9, 2016

The Vanderbilt Hustler sports editor Robbie Weinstein and the Marquette Wire sports editor Jack Goods discuss the state of the Golden Eagles ahead of Friday’s men's basketball season opener in Annapolis, Maryland. Robbie Weinstein: Despite losing Henry Ellenson early to the NBA, Marquette st...

SEC football Week 11 power rankings: Presidential Election Edition

SEC football Week 11 power rankings: Presidential Election Edition

Cutler Klein, Sports Editor

November 7, 2016

*In the voice of Bernie Sanders* Hullo, people of the internet. It's me, Bernie Sanders. I have just come here to say that these power rankings are unfair and have the interests of Wall Street behind them. These rankings are rigged! If I were elected, I would place an eleventy billion percent...

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