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Vanderbilt Commodores
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Established in 1873
Names
Vanderbilt Commodores
Other Nicknames
Vandy
Conference
SEC
Location
Nashville, Tennessee
Colors
Black and Gold
Head Coach
Coach Phil Coulson (2018 - Present)
Stadium
Vanderbilt Stadium
CFP National Championships
0 None
College Football Playoffs Appearances
0 None
Conference Championships
13 1897, 1901, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1915, 1921, 1922, 1923

Vanderbilt University (informally Vandy) is a private research university in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded in 1873, it was named in honor of New York shipping and rail magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt, who provided the school its initial $1 million endowment despite having never been to the South. Vanderbilt hoped that his gift and the greater work of the university would help to heal the sectional wounds inflicted by the Civil War.

Vanderbilt enrolls approximately 12,800 students from all 50 U.S. states and over 100 foreign countries in four undergraduate and six graduate and professional schools. The university is in the process of converting its residence halls into an academic residential college system. Several research centers and institutes are affiliated with the university, including the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, the Freedom Forum First Amendment Center, and Dyer Observatory. Vanderbilt University Medical Center, formerly part of the university, became a separate institution in 2016. With the exception of the off-campus observatory, all of the university's facilities are situated on its 330-acre (1.3 km2) campus in the heart of Nashville, 1.5 miles (2.4 km) from downtown. Despite its urban surroundings, the campus itself is a national arboretum and features over 300 different species of trees and shrubs.

The Fugitives and Southern Agrarians were based at the university in the first half of the 20th century and helped revive Southern literature among others. The Jean and Alexander Heard Library, the campus library system, contains over 8 million items across ten libraries and stands as one of the nation's top research libraries. Vanderbilt Television News Archive holds the most extensive collection of television news coverage in the world, with over 40,000 hours of content. BioVU, Vanderbilt's DNA databank, is one of the largest of its kind in the world, running over 200 ongoing projects and holding over 225,000 samples. Additionally, Vanderbilt's Institute for Space and Defense Electronics, the largest of its type in the world, provides integral support to several companies, agencies, and governmental units, including Boeing, NASA, and the United States Department of Defense.

Vanderbilt has many distinguished alumni and affiliates, including 43 current and former members of the United States Congress, 14 U.S. Ambassadors, 13 governors, nine billionaires, seven Nobel Prize laureates, two Vice Presidents of the United States, and two U.S. Supreme Court Justices. Other notable alumni include Rhodes Scholars, Pulitzer Prize winners, Emmy Award winners, Grammy Award winners, MacArthur Fellows, CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, heads of state and other leaders in foreign government, academics, musicians, professional athletes, and Olympians. Vanderbilt has more than 139,000 alumni, with 40 alumni clubs established worldwide.

Vanderbilt is a founding member of the Southeastern Conference and has been the conference's only private school for a half-century.

The Vanderbilt Commodores football program represents Vanderbilt University in the sport of American football. The Commodores compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Fake Collegiate Athletic Association (NFCAA) and the East Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). They are currently coached by Phil Coulson. Vanderbilt plays their home games at Vanderbilt Stadium, located on the university's Nashville, Tennessee campus.

Rivalry Games[edit]

  • Tennessee-Vanderbilt - Vanderbilt and Tennessee have played 112 times since 1892 , Tennessee leads the series 75–32-5. When the rivalry first started Vanderbilt dominated by taking 19 of the first 24 with 3 ties. From 1928 to 2011, Tennessee went 71–9–2 against Vanderbilt. But since 2012, Vanderbilt has won five of the last seven. The largest margin of victory for Vanderbilt was by 76 points in 1918 at Old Dudley Field in Nashville. (Vanderbilt 76, Tennessee 0) The largest defeat was 65 points in 1994 at Vanderbilt Stadium (Tennessee 65, Vanderbilt 0). The longest win streaks for Vanderbilt is (9) from 1901 to 1913. The longest win streak for Tennessee is 22, from 1983 to 2004.
  • Georgia-Vanderbilt - Having started in 1893, the Georgia-Vanderbilt football series has been played annually since 1968. The two are divisional opponents in the SEC East. The series, which rotates between Nashville, Tennessee, and Athens, Georgia, stands with Georgia leading 57-20–2.
  • Ole Miss-Vanderbilt - Vanderbilt and Ole Miss have played 92 times since 1894. Ole Miss leads the series 51-39-2. The largest margin of victory was by 91 points won by Vanderbilt in 1915. Vanderbilt also holds the longest win streaks in the series (18) from 1894 to 1938.
  • Kentucky-Vanderbilt - Having started in 1896, the Kentucky-Vanderbilt football series has been played annually since 1953. The two are divisional opponents in the SEC East. The series, which rotates between Nashville, Tennessee and Lexington, Kentucky, is led by Kentucky at 44-42–4 with the average score being Vanderbilt 16.9-Kentucky 15.6
Rivalry Game Opponent Streak Record
Tennessee-Vanderbilt Tennessee Lost 1 0-1
Georgia-Vanderbilt Georgia Lost 1 0-1
Ole Miss-Vanderbilt Ole Miss 0-0
Kentucky-Vanderbilt Kentucky Lost 2 0-2

2019 Schedule[edit]

Week Opponent Location Result
1 South Carolina Away
2 Ohio Away
3 UAB Away
4 Kentucky Home
5 Missouri Home
6 Ole Miss Away
7 Florida Away
8 UCLA Home
9 Texas A&M Home
10 Georgia Away
11 Wake Forest Home
12 Tennessee Home

2019 Roster[edit]

Starters

Offense

Number Name Position Year Season Stats Career Stats
18 Mo Hasan QB JR
  • 206 Passing Yards
  • 65.6% Pass Completion
  • 74.9 QBR
  • 2 Passing Touchdowns
  • 1 Sack
  • 1 Interception
  • 49 Rushing Yards
5 Ke'Shawn Vaughn RB SR
  • 239 Rushing Yards
  • 2 Rushing Touchdowns
  • 65 Receiving Yards
  • 11 Receptions
  • 1 Receiving Touchdown
  • 1 Fumble
16 Kalija Lipscomb WR SR
  • 36 Receiving Yards
  • 8 Receptions
  • 27 Rushing Yards
  • 1 Rushing Touchdown
18 Chris Pierce WR JR
  • 32 Receiving Yards
  • 6 Receptions
  • 9 Rushing Yards
  • 1 Fumble
83 C.J. Bolar WR SO
  • 44 Receiving Yards
  • 9 Receptions
  • 1 Receiving Touchdown
  • 78 Rushing Yards
  • 1 Rushing Touchdown
80 Jared Pinckney TE SR
  • 29 Receiving Yards
  • 6 Receptions
  • 115 Rushing Yards
  • 1 Rushing Touchdown
  • 1 Fumble
71 Jared Southers LT SR
56 Saige Young LG SR
40 Gvidas Brose OC FR
50 Sean McMoore RG JR
77 Devin Cochran RT JR

Defense

Number Name Position Year Season Stats Career Stats
10 Dayo Odeyingbo DE JR 12 Tackles
91 Drew Birchmeier NT JR
  • 13 Tackles
  • 1 Tackle For Loss
  • 1 Fumble Recovered
94 Rutger Reitmaier DE SO 6 Tackles
9 Caleb Peart OLB SR 15 Tackles
7 Dimitri Moore ILB SO
  • 11 Tackles
  • 1 Tackle For Loss
  • 1 Forced Fumble
18 Colin Anderson ILB SO
  • 11 Tackles
  • 3 Forced Fumbles
  • 1 Fumble Recovered
42 Kenny Herbert OLB JR
  • 12 Tackles
  • 2 Tackles For Loss
4 Randall Haynie CB JR
  • 12 Tackles
  • 1 Tackle For Loss
  • 2 Fumbles Recovered
38 Gil Barksdale SS SR
  • 10 Tackles
  • 1 Forced Fumble
  • 1 Punt Blocked
2 Frank Coppet FS JR
  • 11 Tackles
  • 3 Tackles For Loss
  • 1 Fumble Recovered
8 Joejuan Williams CB SR 7 Tackles

Special Teams

Number Name Position Year Season Stats Career Stats
95 Harrison Smith P SR 46.1 Yard Average Punt
98 Ryley Guay K SR
  • 2/5 Field Goals
  • 9/9 Extra Points
  • 49 Yard Field Goal
16 Kalija Lipscomb PR SR 1 Punt Return Touchdown
32 Jamauri Wakefield KR JR 1 Kick Return Touchdown

School Records[edit]

Due to a lack of reliable records for the 2018 season not every record is accurate or available at this time. New statistics and records will be kept starting with the 2019 season.

Team Records

Record Title Record Team
Team PPG 21.9 2018
Team Opponent PPG 32.2 2018
Team YPG 251.7 2018
Team Opponent YPG 340.6 2018
Team TO Difference 1 2018

Offensive Game Records

Record Title Record Player Year
Pass Yards 101 Mo Hasan Week 4, 2019
Pass Touchdowns 2 Mo Hasan Week 1, 2019
Completion Percentage 78.9% Mo Hasan Week 4, 2019
QB Rating 90.0 Mo Hasan Week 4, 2019
Rush Yards 143 Ke'Shawn Vaughn Week 4, 2019
Rush Touchdowns 1 C.J. Bolar Week 2, 2019
Receptions 4 Ke'Shawn Vaughn Week 1, 2019
Receiving Yards 33 Ke'Shawn Vaughn Week 1, 2019
Receiving Touchdowns 1 Ke'Shawn Vaughn Week 1, 2019

Defensive Game Records

Record Title Record Player Year
Tackles 6 Gil Barksdale Week 1, 2019
Sacks
Fumbles Recovered 1 Frank Coppet Week 1, 2019
Interceptions
Fumbles Forced 2 Colin Anderson Week 2, 2019

Special Teams Game Records

Record Title Record Player Year
Field Goals 1 Ryley Guay Week 2, 2019
Kick Return Touchdowns 1 Jamauri Wakefield Week 4, 2019
Punt Return Touchdowns 1 Kalija Lipscomb Week 4, 2019

Offensive Season Records

Record Title Record Player Year
Pass Yards
Pass Touchdowns
Completion Percentage
QB Rating
Rush Yards
Rush Touchdowns
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns

Defensive Season Records

Record Title Record Player Year
Tackles
Sacks
Fumbles Recovered
Interceptions
Fumbles Forced

Special Teams Season Records

Record Title Record Player Year
Field Goals
Kick Return Touchdowns
Punt Return Touchdowns

Career Offensive Records

Record Title Record Player Year
Pass Yards
Pass Touchdowns
Completion Percentage
QB Rating
Rush Yards
Rush Touchdowns
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns

Career Defensive Records

Record Title Record Player Years
Tackles
Sacks
Fumbles Recovered
Interceptions
Fumbles Forced

Career Special Teams Records

Record Title Record Player Years
Field Goals
Kick Return Touchdowns
Punt Return Touchdowns

Coaching Records

Record Title Record Coach Years
Wins 1 Coach Coulson 2018 - Present
National Championships
Playoff Appearances
Conference Championships
Conference Championship Appearances
Bowl Wins
Bowl Appearances
Rivalry Wins