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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.




What went right at CSU, what's ahead with Stanford

Vanderbilt play-by-play voice Andrew Allegretta discusses some things that went well, and some that didn't, in Vandy's 24-21 win at Colorado State. He and host Chris Lee also preview the Stanford matchup ahead.


The Ken Seals hour: Behind Vanderbilt's first win of 2021

Vanderbilt quarterback Ken Seals threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Commodores got a road win in Ft. Collins. Seals talks about the differences between Weeks One and Two, whether CSU tight end Trey McBride's penalty fired up the team, what it was like in the locker room afterwards, Chris Pierce's remarkable catch, where he improved last week and where he wants to improve next, why Daevion Davis and Jaylen Mahoney are tough to practice against, and much more.


Vanderbilt gets a much-needed win at Colorado State

The Athletic's Mitch Light and Chris Lee break down some key things that happened in a 24-21 win over Colorado State. Mitch and Chris discuss coaching styles, the use of more depth (and talk about how coaches make playing time decisions in ways fans don't consider), discuss some things around the SEC, and much more.


The Colorado State game will tell us a lot

Seabass joins the podcast and explains why he's hit a breaking point with Vanderbilt football. He and host Chris Lee rewind some problems from the ETSU game, reflect on how Vanderbilt got here, discuss the offensive line struggles and take several questions from listeners.


Kevin Ingram on the ETSU loss, and some things to watch with Vanderbilt hoops

Vanderbilt football sideline announcer Kevin Ingram processes what he saw in Week One and gives a short preview of Colorado State's offense. Plus, Ingram answers a few questions on Vandy hoops, including how Tyrin Lawrence and Scotty Pippen Jr. might be used this year.


Ken Seals, on how he's handled a disappointing loss to ETSU

Vanderbilt starting quarterback Ken Seals discusses the team's 23-3 upset loss at the hands of East Tennessee State, what he's learned from it, and how to flip the page to Colorado State.


Vanderbilt football players to watch for 2021

New play-by-play man Andrew Allegretta joins the podcast. He and host Chris Lee begin the show by talking about his acclimation to Nashville, then, get into things (and players) they liked during fall camp. Andrew answers a few listener questions about broadcasting, talks about things going on with the VUCommodores app this year, and lists a few things he'll be watching for during the ETSU game.


The Ken Seals hour: Getting ready for Week One

Vanderbilt quarterback Ken Seals tells us what the team's going through heading into the opener, plus, tells us what game day is like for him, from what he eats to the music he listens to, and more. Also, Ken talks a lot about his teammates--Who's the team's best basketball player? Who can dunk?--and answers some questions about himself, including his 40 time, his favorite NFL team and players, and more.


Thoughts on the offense in fall camp

Chris Lee and Seabass talk a lot of Vanderbilt football, and spend most of the podcast what to make of the offense and the issues with the offensive line. The two make some yardage and offensive point projections and also take a bunch of mailbag questions.


What we like about the defense in fall camp

Chris Lee and Kevin Ingram discuss what they've liked about the defense in fall camp, including the position unit that might be the team's most improved, two edge pass-rushing options and how coordinator Jesse Minter could present some challenges for offenses with his schemes. The two also talk about Vanderbilt's facilities announcements this week.


The Ken Seals hour: Managing the line of scrimmage as a quarterback

Vanderbilt quarterback Ken Seals takes you behind the scenes to tell you what quarterbacks are looking for as they step to the line of scrimmage, and other things that give you insight into what it's like to play quarterback at that level. Plus, Seals talks about his progression since last year (and the team's since last week), answers about 15 questions from fans and even brings his roommates (linebacker Ethan Barr and right tackle Bradley Ashmore) onto the show at the end.


The Ken Seals hour: What's changed with strength and conditioning

Vanderbilt quarterback Ken Seals shares his thoughts on Saturday's scrimmage, and the difficulties of lining up against defensive coordinator Jesse Minter's defense. Also, Seals tells us what's different about the program under strength and conditioning coach Brandon Hourigan, from how the team works out to how it eats to how sleep is structured. Plus, Seals names a few players who've stood out to him in spring and summer practices.


Five observations from fall camp, with Kevin Ingram

Chris Lee and Kevin Ingram discuss what they've seen in the first four sessions of football's fall camp, including some thoughts on practice organization, player execution, new players, new uniforms and more.


Initial fall camp impressions, with Mitch Light

Chris Lee and Mitch Light attended the first fall camp session that Vanderbilt had last week, and they share their impressions of what's different compared to past staffs. Plus, Mitch fields several football mailbag questions.


The Ken Seals hour: Life as a Commodore in fall camp

Vanderbilt quarterback Ken Seals joins the podcast and in it, tells us what his schedule's like from the moment he wakes up until he goes to bed (and what those times are). Seals talks about what he likes with the new coaching staff, how practices are different, the challenges of being a first-time freshman going through fall camp, how much time he spends on his phone (and his reasons for that), who his favorite teams were growing up, and much more.


Vanderbilt football recruiting: The Class of 2022

VandySports recruiting analyst Sean Williams summarizes where coach Clark Lea's first recruiting class stands and where it may be headed, plus, discusses some of the more notable commits in the class.


Ken Seals announces his NIL podcast deal with VandySports

Second-year Vanderbilt quarterback Ken Seals, who started all nine games last season, has signed an NIL deal with VandySports to be a regular part of our show for the next year. Host Chris Lee and Seals talk briefly about the agreement, then, Seals gives a little background on himself, where he sees his future after Vanderbilt and some reflections on his time at Vanderbilt so far.


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.