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The NC State quarterback under threw his wide receiver and the Vanderbilt cornerback came down with the ball and started on an interception return where he almost scored a touchdown. There was just a small problem. His own player knocked him over. James Franklin, Vanderbilt head coach, immediately got into the lineman’s face. Despite being up by a size able amount, Franklin is never happy. Just another reason he is a good coach and is dominating the Music City Bowl in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Vanderbilt Commodores Head Coach James Franklin was excited after the bowl win, and rightly so. Vanderbilt finishes the season 9-4 and has a chance to finish the season ranked for the first time since 1948. Franklin has done a great job turning the program around.[YouTube]
Vanderbilt Commodores defensive lineman Jared Morse accidentally tackled his teammate during an interception return in the third quarter of the Music City Bowl on New Year's Eve.
Vandy cornerback Trey Wilson intercepted the pass thrown by NC State quarterback Mike Glennon in the end zone and returned it 65 yards. Unfortunately, Morse ran right into Wilson's path, and...
Vanderbilt beat North Carolina State 38-24 today after State quarterback Mike Glennon threw three interceptions. This particular interception by Trey Wilson didn't end up well for Defensive Tackle Jared Morse. Morse clearly isn't up to par on his down field blocking, because instead of laying into one of the other teams tacklers he laid out his own runner with a big shoulder...
James Franklin was so thrilled after Vanderbilt safety Eric Samuels made an interception in the Music City Bowl on Monday, he pretended to make out with his player on the team’s sidelines.
According to Dr. Saturday, N.C. State returned a kickoff for a touchdown to cut Vanderbilt’s lead to 21-14, and Vandy punted before Samuels made the pick and returned it to the 18. The interception...
Sixteen Vanderbilt players make up the first senior class to ever play in two consecutive bowl games during their Commodore careers. Leading up to the Music City Bowl, VandyMania.com will look back on each senior's career. In this segment Johnell Thomas is featured.
Sixteen Vanderbilt players make up the first senior class to ever play in two consecutive bowl games during their Commodore careers. Leading up to the Music City Bowl, VandyMania.com will look back on each senior's career. In this segment Eddie Foster is featured.