2019 College Football Week One Preview

We did it; we’ve made it through the offseason and the first college football game of the 2019 season is just days away. Every week during the season I will be writing an article recapping the following week with rising and falling draft prospects, a highlight on a small-school prospect, and a look forward to the next week with the top three games to watch. 946 more words

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Vanderbilt's portion of 25th Avenue to become Perry Wallace Way

The portion of 25th Avenue South in front of Vanderbilt's Memorial Gym will be renamed Perry Wallace Way, the university announced Wednesday.

Wallace broke the color barrier in SEC basketball in 1967, becoming the first black player on a varsity basketball squad in the conference. 271 more words

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Vanderbilt's Derek Mason on announcing starting QB? 'I'm not telling y'all that'

Vanderbilt’s Derek Mason said he’ll know his starting quarterback, Riley Neal or Deuce Wallace, but he’s not announcing it until the Georgia game.

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Why Vanderbilt painted over traditional coach mural after 27 years

The 27-year-old Vanderbilt mural near campus has been replaced by a painted white wall and Vanderbilt logo.

Vanderbilt spokesman Alan George confirmed the athletics department gained permission from the owner of the building to change the image on the wall. 806 more words

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Vanderbilt's John Augenstein loses U.S. Amateur final, still gets bids to U.S. Open and Masters

Vanderbilt golfer John Augenstein lost in the U.S. Amateur final when he couldn’t hold an early four-shot lead Sunday.

As runner-up, Augenstein still receives automatic exemptions to the 2020 Masters and U.S. 269 more words

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Vanderbilt's John Augenstein qualifies for the Masters, advances to U.S. Amateur final

Vanderbilt golfer John Augenstein advanced to the U.S. Amateur final and automatically qualified for the Masters in 2020.

Augenstein, a senior from Owensboro, Kentucky, won his quarterfinal match Friday and semifinal Saturday. 197 more words

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Vanderbilt QB competition 'as tight of a battle as I’ve seen'

Vanderbilt offensive coordinator Gerry Gdowski gives an update on the competition between Ball State graduate transfer Riley Neal and Deuce Wallace.

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