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Sports's Chris Lee discusses everything related Vanderbilt football, men's basketball and baseball, from games and off-field news to recruiting. The show frequently features various Vanderbilt insiders.'s Chris Lee discusses everything related Vanderbilt football, men's basketball and baseball, from games and off-field news to recruiting. The show frequently features various Vanderbilt insiders.


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Description:'s Chris Lee discusses everything related Vanderbilt football, men's basketball and baseball, from games and off-field news to recruiting. The show frequently features various Vanderbilt insiders.




Catching up with Kevin Ingram

Kevin Ingram, who's had a long affiliation with Vanderbilt, was officially named one of the two Voices of the Commodores earlier this summer. Ingram talks about his new role, his College World Series experience this past season and discusses some football, too.


Where the VandyBoys stand after the 2021 MLB Draft

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich spend about an hour breaking down Vanderbilt's roster situation after the 2021 MLB Draft. Of the five commitments drafted, who'll go pro and who might get to campus? What will C.J. Rodriguez and Dominic Keegan do? What does an early depth chart for 2022 look like? We address all that, and more.


The VandyBoys' 2021 MLB Draft mega-preview

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich spend an hour and 49 minutes looking at players on the roster and where they could go, how many of the 19 commitments are legitimate threats to be snapped up in the 2021 MLB Draft and also answer your questions about the draft.


Looking to Vanderbilt's 2022 baseball season

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich wrap up the 2021 Vanderbilt baseball season, in which the Commodores fell a game short of a national title, and examine the challenging roster dynamics that made what Vanderbilt accomplished special even with a disappointing finish. The two take mailbag questions, briefly discuss the upcoming draft and the transfer portal and form some early thoughts about the pitching and the lineup for 2022.


Winner-take-all Wednesday

Vanderbilt won Game One vs. Mississippi State and was blown out in the second game, setting up a winner-take-all game on Wednesday. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich break down the game and the pitching setup for both sides after examining how Vanderbilt got severely out-numbered by opposing fans in Omaha. Plus, angry Kumar Rocker seems to be best Kumar Rocker, so how much of an impact will that have on Wednesday?


What Vanderbilt needs to do to win a College World Series title

Vanderbilt advanced to the College World Series finals against Mississippi State in unusual fashion. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich talk about that, then, get into keys to winning it all. Topics include lineup shuffling, which guys hit lefties well and how the Commodores could structure their pitching depending on the Game One outcome.


A Wednesday night miracle in Omaha

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich are still processing Vanderbilt's 6-5 win over Stanford on Wednesday night as they podcast on Thursday morning. The two rewind through Tim Corbin's talk with his team after awful play put the Commodores in a 4-0 hole, the role that the bullpen and Dominic Keegan played in pulling them out, then, how a seven-pitch sequence at the end changed everything in the blink of an eye. It's a game no one will forget any time soon and we cover about all of it on Thursday's...


Can Vanderbilt survive the loser's bracket in Omaha?

Vanderbilt couldn't get runs on Monday, and Jack Leiter couldn't be hit with one exception in a 1-0 loss to North Carolina State. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich talk about it and also look at the path ahead to stave off elimination in the College World Series.


Vanderbilt tops Arizona as LSU searches for a baseball coach

Vanderbilt beat Arizona, 7-6, on Saturday night to open its College World Series stay. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich discuss that as well as pitching availability and strategy for Monday's game with North Carolina State, but before that, they discuss whether Vanderbilt coach Tim Corbin (whose name has been frequently mentioned for the LSU opening) would take that job. The two also discuss some aspects of Vanderbilt's offense, which hasn't hit its next gear recently but has been good enough to...


Why Vanderbilt baseball is like a Hallmark movie

It seems that coach Tim Corbin might have this thing figured out at Vanderbilt. Chris Lee and Mitch Light discuss Vandy's path to Omaha, its game with Arizona, the Pac-12's baseball apathy and take a slew of mailbag questions.


Vanderbilt moves on to Omaha

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich talk about Vanderbilt's dominant weekend on the mound, as Kumar Rocker, Jack Leiter, Nick Maldonado and Luke Murphy were good enough to get the Commodores to Omaha as they gave up one run in two games to East Carolina. They discuss how good Leiter's stuff was on Saturday, Rocker's curveball, and how you're now seeing how good the staff is with pitching fails in regionals across the country other places. The two also talk about key bats for Omaha, some dynamics...


Postseason baseball strategy

Former Vanderbilt Hustler sports editor Simon Gibbs joins the podcast, and he has some observations about some of the strategic decisions that coach Tim Corbin made, which leads to some thoughts on what the batting order should be. He and host Chris Lee talk an hour on baseball and dive into the mailbag, too. Thanks to Jody Jones DDS for title sponsorship of this season's podcast.


Keegan, Thomas lead Vanderbilt into a super regional

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich discuss Vanderbilt's win in the Nashville Regional, which featured an epic grand slam by Isaiah Thomas and a red-hot weekend from Dominic Keegan from start to finish. Plus, it was an interesting weekend of pitching to say the least. Chris and Chip rewind it all in an hour-plus episode.


A look at the Rambling Wreck

Jackets Online's Russell Johnson covers Georgia Tech baseball, and jumps on the podcast to preview what we'll see from the Yellow Jackets in Nashville, including what to expect from former Commodores Justyn-Henry Malloy and Chance Huff.


What's your idea lineup for the NCAA tournament?

Chris Lee and Mitch Light discuss the batting orders they'd use for the Nashville Regional as well as how they'd structure the pitching. Also, pitching depth on great teams isn't what you think.


Sizing up Vanderbilt's regional draw (and possible pitching strategy)

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich discuss Vanderbilt's draw in the Nashville Regional, which includes Georgia Tech, Indiana State and Presbyterian. The two talk about the idea of throwing Christian Little to start the regional and talk a little about some of the struggles Kumar Rocker and Jack Leiter had in the season's latter half.


One pitch changes everything, Troy LaNeve steps up and Vandy prepares for Hoover

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich discuss the pitch that changed Vanderbilt's weekend, and the aftermath of the ninth inning on Saturday vs. Kentucky. The two talk about Troy LaNeve's emergence and how the Carter Young injury changed Vanderbilt's weekend infield. Chris and Chip talk about how should Vanderbilt structure its starting pitching going to the SEC tournament, and much more.


Kumar Rocker 2019 vs. Kumar Rocker 2021

Chris Lee and Seabass discuss Vanderbilt baseball, and get into what's different about Kumar Rocker's pitching style now compared to his dominant run in 2019.


A 13-run inning, and Carter Young's status

Vanderbilt won a wild 20-4 game over FIU on Tuesday night, one that featured a 13-run second inning. However, it was also an anxious night for coach Tim Corbin, who saw starting shortstop Carter Young leave the game in the second inning over what appeared to be an injury. Chris Lee and Mitch Light hit both topics in Wednesday's podcast.


The one big concern with Vanderbilt baseball with postseason nearing

Vanderbilt fans have been concerned with the bullpen and with what's perceived as a lack of clutch hitting, and while there's a fair point or two there, there's really only one big concern down the stretch for the Commodores--and that's health. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich explain why as they unwind a 2-1 series loss at Ole Miss.