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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.




Is it time to panic regarding Vanderbilt baseball?

Vanderbilt's losing three of its last four games has put the team close to perilous position with postseason three weeks away. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich spend most of the time discussing the failures of the lineup and of the team to win big series before moving on to why Christian Little needs to join the rotation this weekend. Chris and Chip also discuss how the Commodores probably need to find a couple of hitters in the transfer portal in order to field a respectable lineup next year....


Calling a no-hitter, players with uncertain playing time and more

Andrew Allegretta, one of the voices of Vanderbilt athletics, talks about calling last Friday's no-hitter, Christian Little's role, an uncertain bottom of the order and more.


Vandy's better-than-you-realized pitching, lineup issues and more

Vanderbilt's Chris McElvain and Christian Little threw a no-hitter at Kentucky, but even after that, how good the Commodores' pitching has been may be a mystery to even its own fan base because the staff doesn't have an ace or two as it's had in years past. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich discuss that, how the defense has excelled of late, the bottom-of-the-order lineup issues and merry-go-round in left, first and DH, and the disconnect between where the computers and the polls have the...


Talking football, baseball, volleyball and facilities with Kevin Ingram

Vanderbilt's Kevin Ingram talks about the state of Vanderbilt pitching, moves to things he saw in spring practice, and finishes with thoughts on Vanderbilt adding volleyball as well as his thoughts on some of the construction plans announced for the new basketball facility.


The VandyBoys keep themselves in position to host following series win over Florida

It's not always gone according to script, but Vanderbilt's 26-10 record and flawless mid-week resume have the computers saying the Commodores are a top-10 team. That said, Vandy's got some work to do to climb back into the polls and more importantly, secure a hosting spot and/or a national seed. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich talk about the pieces that are starting to form with the pitching staff and in the lineup. However, the Commodores have given up an alarming amount of home runs in recent...


What's behind Vanderbilt's SEC slump and can these things get fixed?

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich talk about Vanderbilt baseball's uncharacteristic seven losses in its last eight Southeastern Conference games. Topics include whether the draft has depleted Vanderbilt's talent (and how this is the perfect time to have an NIL effort to fix it), whether Vanderbilt hitters are doing too much thinking and not enough reacting, Christian Little and Devin Futrell's roles and the hole the Commodores have potentially created with NCAA tournament seeding by a lack of...


A sweep by Tennessee leaves the VandyBoys in unfamiliar territory

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich talk about Tennessee's sweep of Vanderbilt and the Commodores' recent swoon that's culminated in a five-game SEC losing streak. Chris and Chip dissect the difference in program culture and how that's affected recruiting and talk about Vanderbilt's hitting issues and what could come next.


Kevin Ingram previews the VandyBoys vs. the Vols

Chris Lee and Kevin Ingram go over the state of Vanderbilt's offense and pitching and examine some key variables heading into the weekend.


Previewing the VandyBoys and the Vols, and more

Should Vanderbilt be concerned about losing a series to South Carolina? What could do about its third starter? How legit is Tennessee? Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich tackle that, and much more.


Thoughts on a. 17-game wining streak and Vanderbilt's new logo

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich talk about Vanderbilt's pitching depth, how the lineup contains few easy outs and a lot more in a one-hour conversation about Vanderbilt baseball. Plus, the two give their thoughts on the school's new logo.


Vanderbilt's balanced lineup, plus, a feel for where the Commodores rank in SEC baseball this year

Maybe it's the schedule, but Vanderbilt's hitters are striking out less and are a formidable group from top to bottom. Chris Lee and Andrew Allegretta discuss this, plus, a little talk about Scotty Pippen and the way the basketball season ended.


Vanderbilt heads to the NIT quarterfinals to face Xavier

Behind 32 points from Scotty Pippen Jr., Vanderbilt has advanced to the NIT quarterfinals with a road trip to Xavier awaiting. Topics include Pippen's potential return next year, Jordan Wright's recent outstanding play and more.


Vandy hoops catches fire at the right time

Vanderbilt has won three of its last four basketball games, including a opening-round NIT win over Belmont, and yet its most impressive game may have been a loss to Kentucky. Chris Lee and Kevin Ingram discuss Jordan Wright's great two-game stretch, post success with Liam Robbins and Quentin Millora Brown and other hoops topics before moving on to baseball to end the podcast.


Vanderbilt's ridiculous pitching depth

Chris Lee and Andrew Allegretta begin with a brief conversation about Vanderbilt's SEC tournament romp over Georgia before talking baseball. Topics include pitching and lineup depth, Dominic Keegan's plate judgment, a lot of guys who can get on base, the power surge in Hawaii and more.


Vandy' pitching, hitting come together in Hawaii

Vanderbilt's bats were good for most of the weekend at Hawaii, and its pitching was good for all of the weekend, as the Commodores had a four-game road sweep. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich rewind that series, including Carter Holton's near=perfect game, plus, hot hitting by Javier Vaz, Dominic Keegan and others. Chris and Chip also answer some questions about how the lineup and rotation could settle heading into SEC play.


On whether Vandy can get to the NIT, and next year

Chris Lee and Sam Phalen discuss Scotty Pippen's great play, and what it might take to make the NIT this year. Also, some grades of Jerry Stackhouse in different areas for this year, and a look at next year's roster and where needs must be addressed in the transfer portal.


Who's on first? plus, hoops talk

:Chris Lee and Kevin Ingram have a wide-ranging conversation that starts with Vanderbilt's women winning an SEC tournament game, moves to talk about Scotty Pippen's fantastic performances in a string of close losses and then ends with talk about Vanderbilt's deep pitching staff as well as its revolving door at first base.


Concerns and surprises heading into the third week of baseball

Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich have a wide-ranging conversation about what they've seen through seven games of the Vanderbilt baseball season. Topics include concerns on both hitting and pitching, where positional battles are settling at third, first and catcher and also, the abundance of strike-throwing and left-handed options that the team didn't have a year ago.


Arms, lineup depth create good options for the VandyBoys

Vanderbilt showed impressive pitching depth in the opening weekend, and the Commodores have some potentially-productive bats off the bench we didn't see much in the first weekend, too. Chris Lee and Andrew Allegretta discuss that and in particular, talk about the flexibility of the options on the right side of the infield and at DH.


What we learned about Vanderbilt baseball from the Oklahoma State series

Vanderbilt's pitching was better than expected, while its defense and hitting were not. Chris Lee and Chip Fridrich talk about the abundance of arms the Commodores have (and where they might fit), the tremendous offensive performances by Javier Vaz and Spencer Jones, the middle-of-the-order hitting struggles, a defensive effort that wasn't up to standard and more.