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    Commodores Around the Web Monday (Feb. 14)

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    COMMODORES AROUND THE WEB

    Men's Basketball: Jenkins, Vandy enjoy 3-day weekend (Tennessean)

    Men's Basketball: Jenkins takes text message to heart (Tennessean)

    Men's Basketball: Lockridge's AP top 25 (Tennessean)

    Men's Basketball: Jenkins' star turn carries Commodores (City Paper)

    Men's Basketball: Jenkins' 32-point performance leads VU (InsideVandy)

    Men's Basketball: Is Vandy's Jenkins SEC MVP? (Times Free Press)

    Men's Basketball: Kentucky hits another roadblock at VU (Herald-Leader)

    Women's Basketball: UT bounces back from deficit to beat VU (Tennessean)

    Women's Basketball: VU can't withstand Lady Vols' surge (City Paper)

    Baseball: Gray latest great ace at Vandy (College Baseball Insider)


    VUCOMMODORES.COM NEWS

    Men's Basketball: Vanderbilt 81, Kentucky 77

    Women's Basketball: Tennessee 65, Vanderbilt 57

    Men's Tennis: Vanderbilt defeats No. 22 Michigan 5-2

    Men's Tennis: 'Dores top No. 23 Washington 5-2

    Women's Tennis: VU defeats No. 13 Notre Dame 4-3

    Women's Tennis: Dores fall to No. 8 Michigan 4-3

    Lacrosse: Dores defeat Presbterian 22-3

    Bowling: Bowlers finish second in Delaware

    Track: VU competes at Tyson Invitational


    VIDEOS OF THE DAY

    Men's Basketball: Vanderbilt-Kentucky highlights and interviews



    Women's Basketball: Vanderbilt-Tennessee highlights and interviews




    PHOTO OF THE DAY

    John Russell's cool photo of John Jenkins saluting the student section following his career day against Kentucky. View more images




    SONG OF THE DAY

    Outstanding performance by Mumford & Sons, Avett Brothers, and Bob Dylan on the Grammy Awards last night.




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    Commodores Around the Web Friday (Jan. 21)

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    FEATURED STORY

    Women's Basketball: VU to retire Chantelle Anderson's jersey
    "I am beyond excited," Anderson said. "Having my name hanging in the rafters at a school like Vanderbilt with such a rich tradition is the highest honor. It started with a goal freshman year before I ever played a college basketball game and I thank God for blessing me with so many wonderful people who helped make it happen. It really is amazing to me."

    COMMODORES AROUND THE WEB

    Football: Family ties dictate Rodgers' rooting interest (City Paper)

    Men's Basketball: Zone looks like bad option against St. Mary's (City Paper)

    Men's Basketball: Take 2 with Fuller and Odom (InsideVandy.com)

    Men's Basketball: Dores play through injuries (InsideVandy.com)

    Men's Basketball: Vanderbilt vs. St. Mary's game preview (CBS)

    Men's Basketball: Q&A with John Jenkins (GatorSports.com)

    Men's Basketball: Commodores defeat Ole Miss (Tennessean)

    Women's Basketball: Commodores top No. 23 Arkansas (Tennessean)

    Women's Basketball: Freshman's shooting, persistence pace VU (City Paper)

    Baseball: Power shift expected in SEC (YahooSports)


    IN THE PROS

    MLB: Price wins Warren Spahn Award (Associated Press)

    NFL: Cutler performing at high level (ChicagoBears.com)

    NFL: Bucs promote ex-linebacker Quarles (Tampa Bay Online)


    VUCOMMODORES.COM NEWS

    NCC: NCC announces Commodores On Board

    Quick Slant: Getting involved

    Football: Franklin wants fans to 'unite'

    Men's Basketball: Vanderbilt 84, Ole Miss 74

    Women's Basketball: Vanderbilt 65, Arkansas 54

    Bowling: VU grabs Big Red lead


    VIDEOS OF THE DAY

    Football: James Franklin's speech to Commodore fans - Watch Video

    Men's Basketball: Highlights/interviews, Ole Miss Game - Watch Video

    Women's Basketball: Highlights/interviews, Arkansas Game - Watch Video

    NFL: Chicago QB Jay Cutler discusses the Green Bay matchup - Watch Video


    SONG OF THE DAY

    Props to Nick Wells for his Vanderbilt remix titled "Black and Gold." The original song, Wiz Khalifa's "Black and Yellow," is used during the Commodores' starting lineup in Memorial Gym.




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    Saturday morning hoops articles (Jan. 15)

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    The Commodore basketball teams will make their first ever appearance on ESPN's College GameDay Saturday against Tennessee in Knoxville. GameDay coverage will begin at 9 a.m. CT on ESPN. The men's game starts at 11 a.m. CT followed by the women's game at 7 p.m. CT. Get ready for the action with today's stories on the doubleheader.

    AROUND THE WEB


    Men's Basketball: Dores, Vols receive national attention from ESPN (Tennessean)

    Men's Basketball: Pearl's bold declaration: 'Must win' (Knoxville News Sentinel)

    Men's Basketball: Here's all you need to know on VU-UT (Knoxville News Sentinel)

    Men's Basketball: ESPN loses its leading man in Pearl (Knoxville News Sentinel)

    Men's Basketball: Vandy typically tough (247sports.com)

    Women's Basketball: Vanderbilt women at Lady Vols (Tennessean)

    Women's Basketball: Stronger cast for Lady Vols (Knoxville News Sentinel)


    OFFICIAL GAME PREVIEWS AND NOTES


    Men's Basketball: Vanderbilt travels to Tennessee (VUcommodores.com)

    Men's Basketball: UT's gameday central (UTsports.com)

    Women's Basketball: VU's ready for spotlight (VUcommodores.com)

    Women's Basketball: Commodores set for primetime game (VUcommodores.com)

    Women's Basketball: Lady Vols welcome Vanderbilt (UTsports.com)


    THE BLOG


    Men's Basketball: Dores getting respect from Vols

    Men's Basketball: Video: Emergence of Ezeli

    Men's Basketball: Dores on ESPN's College GameDay

    Men's Basketball: SEC MBB weekend schedule


    NATIONAL NEWS


    Andy Katz: Weekend Watch (ESPN.com)

    Gary Parrish: Friday look ahead (CBSsports.com)

    Seth Davis: Weekend picks (SI.com)


    Note: If you missed Friday's collection of news from around the web, click here

    Dores on ESPN's College GameDay

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    Looking for more information about the Commodores' first ever appearance on ESPN's College GameDay Saturday? Schulzie's game preview has the information you need, especially if you're making the trip to Knoxville.
    The eyes of the nation will be on Vanderbilt basketball on Saturday when the men's and women's teams play at Tennessee in a pair of games that will be showcased on national television as part of ESPN's College GameDay airing from Knoxville.

    GameDay coverage will begin at 9 a.m. CT on ESPN and will continue on ESPNU leading up to the tip of the men's game at 11 a.m. The men's game will be called by Dick Vitale and Dan Shulman with Doris Burke working the sidelines.

    ESPN will resume College GameDay coverage at 6 p.m. CT leading up to the women's game, which will tip at 7 p.m. CT on ESPN. Shulman (play-by-play) and Burke (analyst) will have the call of the women's game.
    For more on GameDay in Knoxville, click here.

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    Commodores Around the Web Thursday (Jan. 13)

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    FEATURED STORY

    Men's Basketball: Dores bounce back with 73-66 win (VUcommodores.com)
    "We're hungry, we're still mad about that (South Carolina) game," center Festus Ezeli said. "We still have a bad taste about that one because we didn't play to our abilities."

    COMMODORES AROUND THE WEB

    Men's Basketball: Commodores defeat Bulldogs 73-66 (The Tennessean)

    Men's Basketball: Post-game quotes from Vandy's win (The Tennessean)

    Men's Basketball: Georgia staying in Nashville thanks to snow (The Tennessean)

    Men's Basketball: Ezeli's energy, execution lift VU (The City Paper)
    "I think coaches know (about Festus Ezeli)," Kevin Stallings said. "I don't think he is really going to sneak up on anyone."
    Men's Basketball: Georgia loses to Vanderbilt (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

    Women's Basketball: VU looks to take winning ways on road (The City Paper)
    "I think we will be more focused this time (on the road)," guard Jasmine Lister said. "I felt like we were playing like we didn't want to lose instead of winning on the road. Now, we are going to focus on winning.
    Baseball: Draftable juniors ready for big campaigns (YahooSports.com)
    "The Commodores will have one of the nation's better weekend rotations this season with Sonny Gray and others leading the way. Gray has had a fruitful campaign at Vandy and is expected to parlay a solid junior season into an even better first-round draft status."

    IN THE PROS

    NFL: Jay Cutler a 'good guy' (ESPN.com)
    "I probably know him better than y'all do," RB Matt Forte said. "I will tell you that he is probably the opposite of what you guys portray him to be. Jay is a good guy, and he comes to work every day to work hard."
    NFL: Cutler says loser tag didn't irk him (Chicago Tribune)


    VUCOMMODORES.COM NEWS

    Football: James Franklin to appear on 104.5 The Zone Thursday

    Men's Basketball: Recap- Vanderbilt 73, Georgia 66

    Men's Basketball: Fisher's postgame radio show

    History Corner: Eddie Fogler recalls his career
    "The only thing I will honestly say about (my time at Vanderbilt) and this is hard to believe, but its true," Fogler said. "I'm not sure why I left Vanderbilt. I really don't know. Now that sounds like bull, but why would I give you bull 17 years after the fact? I honestly do not know exactly what happened. Obviously, something went awry. I just decided to go to South Carolina."
    Bowling: VU starts "second season"


    VIDEO OF THE DAY


    Jeffery Taylor's dunk, which was the No. 1 play on SportsCenter last night, is at the 1:08 mark -- Vanderbilt-Georgia highlights




    SONG OF THE DAY


    Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell -- "Ain't no Mountain High Enough"




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    Unique act performing at halftime Thursday

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    The Russian Bar Trio is coming to Memorial Gym.

    The nationally renowned act will perform a six-minute routine at halftime of the women's basketball game against Mississippi State on Thursday at 7 p.m.

    If you haven't seen RBT live, you're in for a treat. Just watch the video (below) of their audition on NBC's America's Got Talent in 2008.

    Even judge David Hasselhoff gave his stamp of approval.

    "That's better than the Olympics," said the one-time K.I.T.T. owner.

    If The Hoff likes it, then I approve it, too.

    Tickets are only $10.



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