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Did Vanderbilt Try To Kill An Ex-Hoops Player's Tell-All Book?

They were supposed to celebrate that night. It was mid-August, and Kyle Fuller, Eric Schulman, and Jerry Castro were all together in Nashville. The Tennessean had posted an article about their book project, a Kickstarter-funded look at Fuller's life as a Vanderbilt basketball player and student entitled Below the… »12/16/14 12:47pm12/16/14 12:47pm

Vanderbilt Overturned A Referee's Penalty By Making Him Read An Email

At the start of the second quarter of last night's Temple-Vanderbilt game, referee Ken Williamson popped over to the sideline to explain a penalty to the crowd: "Per NCAA rule, Vanderbilt is being charged with a team timeout each quarter, because of— [pause to make a face that lets everyone know he's just as baffled… »8/29/14 10:08am8/29/14 10:08am

College Football Roundup: Barack Obama's New Southern Strategy

The most interesting thing about this weekend was Barack Obama continuing his jeremiad against the BCS. At first you thought his Monday Night Football interview with Berman was probably just a flippant aside. But now he's carried the anti-BCS flame into office and laid out an 8-team playoff plan. Already the… »11/17/08 2:00pm11/17/08 2:00pm

College Football Roundup Week 5: The Saga of Destroyed College Gameday Signs

Each week more signs appear behind the stage at ESPN's College Gameday. Some are original and funny (Knowshon Crossing sign with his leaping outline), some are entirely inside jokes (let's make a sign with our friend's name on it and hold it up for three hours early in the morning), and some are deemed offensive and… »9/29/08 1:30pm9/29/08 1:30pm