2014 Vanderbilt Commodores Football Schedule
It's another incredible season of Vanderbilt football and the Commodores
will be looking to do some serious damage in the SEC, which means that it will once again be superstar against superstar all
season long as the Commodores look to navigate the powerhouse-heavy waters of the toughest conference in football. In 2013,
Vanderbilt finished fourth in the SEC East with a 4-4 conference record and a 9-4 overall record, which is a remarkable feat
considering the level of competition. This year, the Commodores know they can do even better with their well-balanced roster
that can do a little bit of everything, giving you plenty of reasons to put down the remote and make sure you're there for
all of the most crucial moments of the season.
At home at the friendly confines of Vanderbilt Stadium, the Commodores
will also host plenty of huge games that will have the fanfare steadily building leading up to the opening kick-off. Games
against teams like Charleston Southern, Old Dominion, Florida and Tennessee are all exciting matchups that will bring together
some serious talent right on the campus in Nashville. The Commodores would love to bring down some huge home wins against
some of the toughest teams in the conference, and you can bet that the atmospheres for all of these games are sure to be absolutely
But the Commodores don't just call it a day when Vanderbilt is on the road, as this is a passionate fan
base that has the reputation of showing up wherever the Commodores do. Against teams like Kentucky, Georgia, Missouri and
Mississippi State, the Commodores have some incredible road challenges that will test their abilities on both sides of the
ball, making for unbelievable matchups that you definitely won't want to miss out on. Once you're in the middle of an epic
matchup that has all the makings of a classic, you'll definitely be glad that you made it out to be a part of the Commodores'
season this year.
Vanderbilt Commodores Football Team Info
The Vanderbilt Commodores are a Division I
football team that plays in the Southeast Conference (SEC), the group of teams routinely referred to as the best set of college
football programs in the entire nation. To keep up with the rest of the star-studded conference, the Commodores have to maintain
a roster loaded with savvy upperclassmen and talented up-and-comers, which is exactly what they've done in recent years as
they remain extremely competitive both in and out of the conference. Many players from the Vanderbilt Commodores have gone
on to make a mark on the next level, players such as Jay Cutler, Hunter Hillenmeyer, Earl Bennett and others. Put it all together
and this program is absolutely no joke, giving you plenty of reasons to keep an eye on the game schedule to make sure that
you don't miss out.
College Football Experience
When it comes to college football, there is no better
way to witness the action than to catch the game in person. College football is home to some of the top amateur athletes in
the entire world, and that certainly applies to the roster of the Vanderbilt Commodores. The Commodores always have top-end
talent, and that makes for some incredible action on the field every time the Commodores have a game. The big winner in that
situation is the fan, as long as they can gain access to the game. Vandy sees some of the toughest teams in the nation visit
each and every season, giving fans plenty of opportunities to watch the elite squads in the sport battle it out for university
pride. If you've never been to a Vandy home game before, then this is the season to change that as the Commodores look to
elevate their game and give their fans another memorable season of action.
Vanderbilt Commodores Football History
history of the Vanderbilt Commodores football team dates all the way back to 1890 and every year when the college football
season begins Nashville, Tennessee becomes one of the most exciting football towns in the country. The Commodores have had
some memorable seasons over the years, giving their fans many thrills along the way. The Commodores have won more than 500
games over the course of their illustrious history, and are looking to add many more wins to that total moving forward. Vandy
has been able to capture their conference's crown 14 times, but are still waiting on that first title in the SEC. The Commodores
have been to seven bowl games, winning four of them, losing two and tying once.
Vanderbilt Commodores Football
Who holds the record for most freshman rushing yards for a quarterback in a season in Vanderbilt history?
answer is Jay Cutler. Though Cutler is mostly known for having one of the best arms in the history of the SEC, he also showed
time and again that he was an amazing overall athlete who could move the ball with his legs when necessary. After starting
all 45 games of his college career with the Commodores, Cutler would go on to be selected high in the first round by the Denver
Broncos before settling in with the Chicago Bears.
Vanderbilt Commodores Football Fans
Commodores play in the SEC, and the fans of the team love to see them match up with a conference foe that will have fans buzzing
all over town. These are some of the most committed fans that you're going to find anywhere in the country, as football is
a way of life around Vanderbilt and the Commodores have a top-tier fan base that turns up in a big way on every single game
day. With so much fanfare coming from the crowd, the Commodores know they have an excellent home-field advantage at Vanderbilt
Stadium, but you'll also find Commodores fans waving their proud black and gold on the road as well throughout the season.
Thanks to an excellent group of fans and a steady stream of talent each season, the Commodores continue to make waves in the