After two games (and seeing other opponents on the schedule), would Chris Lee and Seabass revise their preseason over-under for win totals? They discuss that and other aspects of the football season, talk briefly about the LSU game, and answer mailbag questions.
VU radio color commentator Norman Jordan has gone back and looked at the Commodores' first two games, and shares observations as to what's going wrong on both sides of the ball, and shares thoughts on what might (and might not) help going forward.
The Commodores have not looked good in their 0-2 start, but 102.5 The Game's Willy Daunic sees things getting better after the upcoming LSU game. He and Chris Lee also briefly talk baseball, and Willy answers a few questions about his radio career.
Coach Derek Mason has always approached his job from a defense-first perspective, but is it really working? A shallow dive into the stats reveals some troubling numbers about the defense, which begs several questions about how VU is to win football games from there. Chris Lee and Seabass discuss these things in a 45-minute episode.
Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason has his "RTI" formula for what VU wants to be in football. Chris Lee and WIlly Daunic come up with one for hoops that combines common denominators of all good Vandy teams throughout the past few decades. The two also discuss football and examine the much-discussed baseball scholarship situation as a competitive advantage.
Is quarterback play a concern? What about the offense in general? Chris Lee and Seabass delve into that, and then talk about the attendance and how that could affect recruiting strategy, particularly with respect to graduate transfers. The two also talk about how the schedule looks easier now than it did two weeks ago.
Willy Daunic, former VU hoops and baseball player and current radio talk show/Nashville Predators play-by-play announcer, discusses what he took away from the opener. He and Chris Lee have a lengthy discussion about Vandy's attendance issues with its own fans before answering a few mailbag questions.
Chris Lee and Seabass have some fun with the depth chart VU released this week, then, turn attention to a potentially more serious matter: How an injury to UGA's D'Andre Swift could affect the game if it's enough to sideline him. The two offer last thoughts on the season and the matchup with the Bulldogs in our last podcast episode before the opener.
Former Commodore football and basketball player, and current NHL play by play voice Willy Daunic joins the show to talk about current VU players in MLB, and answer listener questions on Vanderbilt sports.
Host Chris Lee and VU sideline reporter Mitch Light discuss a storyline on each side of the ball that could affect VU's season. Mitch also takes some podcast questions as VU prepares for its Saturday opener with Georgia.
Chris Lee and Seabass discuss future football schedules, whether it's good to play in-state, out-of-conference games, and name a couple of teams they'd like to see on the schedule once or twice. The two discuss how VU's camp access policy ultimately killed a lot of talk about the team and end the show with Seabass recounting a colorful story from his college days.
Vanderbilt is coming off five-straight losing seasons in football, and yet it doesn't feel as if that's the case. Chris Lee and Willy Daunic explore that, and talk about the rare phenomenon of VU having two preseason football All-Americans. Willy also answers a couple of basketball questions and briefly discusses items from his baseball and basketball playing days at VU.
Vanderbilt sideline reporter Mitch Light discusses what he's seen and heard out of the football team in August and takes your mailbag questions. At the end, Mitch also gives his thoughts on VU's out-of-conference basketball schedule, which was released last week.
Chris Lee and Seabass discuss what Chris has seen and heard regarding VU's fall camp. They make a game-by-game prediction on wins and losses for the Commodores, discuss Ke'Shawn Vaughn's usage, discuss some potential red flags for the defense and answer a few listener questions.
Matt Moscona, host of "After Further Review" on stations across Louisiana, drops in to talk LSU, VU's Sept. 21 football opponent. Matt also addresses the crazy Will Wade situation and talks some LSU baseball--the Commodores play the Tigers in Baton Rouge in 2020--also.