Dec. 7, 2008—Vanderbilt will make its first football postseason appearance in 26 years on New Year\'s Eve in Nashville when it plays Boston College in the 11th Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl at LP Field. Vanderbilt accepted an invitation to the Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl Dec. 7.
Oct. 4, 2008—Vanderbilt, welcome to the big time. Mackenzi Adams came off the bench and threw for 153 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 19 Vanderbilt beat 13th-ranked Auburn 14-13 Saturday night to improve to 5-0 for the first time since 1943. The Commodores also improved to 3-0 in the Southeastern Conference for only the third time...
Oct. 2, 2008—A message from David Williams, vice chancellor for university affairs and athletics to the Vanderbilt community about the big Oct. 4 game with Auburn and ESPN\'s presence on campus that day.
Sep. 29, 2008—Count ESPN\'s College GameDay crew - yes, Chris Fowler, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit and Desmond Howard - among the audience for Vanderbilt\'s nationally televised meeting with Southeastern Conference Western Division power Auburn this Saturday on campus. ESPN officials confirmed Sunday morning that its popular "College GameDay Built by the Home Depot" show will broadcast from the Vanderbilt campus on Saturday, October 4. It will mark College GameDay\'s first appearance in Nashville.
Aug. 11, 2008—Vanderbilt University will promote Commodore spirit by encouraging all Vanderbilt fans to wear black and gold on College Colors Day, Friday, Aug. 29.
Vanderbilt athletics announces facility upgrade plan; Extensive five-phase improvement project under way
May. 20, 2008—Construction is under way on the first phase of several multi-million dollar upgrades to Vanderbilt Athletics facilities that promise to benefit both Commodore student-athletes and Vanderbilt supporters for years to come, Vice Chancellor of University Affairs and Student Athletics David Williams II announced at a news conference Tuesday.
May. 19, 2008—Officials of Vanderbilt Athletics will conduct a press conference Tuesday, May 20, at 9 a.m. CT to detail the recently adopted Athletic Facility Project that promises to have wide-ranging benefits for Commodore student-athletes and fans. Watch a free live webcast of the press conference in Commodore Nation All Access on VUcommodores.com
May. 2, 2008—Vanderbilt basketball star Shan Foster, who will receive a degree in human and organizational development from Vanderbilt\'s Peabody College on May 9, is the kind of student who gives teachers hope that the next generation is in good hands, said Sharon Shields, professor in the practice of human and organizational development."He embodies the idea that learning should be transformational," Shields said. "And it was for him. But he also transformed those around him."