2006 VU position overview: Fullbacks

Vanderbilt returns their top fullback, Steven Bright. Bright was primarily utilized as a receiver in 2005 but that could change in 2006. Today VandyMania takes a look at the Vanderbilt fullback position.
August 23, 2006

Spring player photos

VandyMania's Stan Jones captured these photos of Vanderbilt players during sring pactice. Darnell Martemus, Mackenzi Adams, Josh Allen, Earl Bennett, Jake Bradford, Steven Bright, Joel Caldwell and Josh Eames are all featured in this gallery.
April 6, 2006

Views from the locker room, part II

Defensive back Cheron Thompson, defensive end Herdley Harrison, receiver Bryant Anderson and fullback/H-back Steven Bright talk about Saturday's 35-28 loss to South Carolina.
October 24, 2005

USC game vital to VU bowl hopes

The math is simple. The Vanderbilt Commodores are 4–3 with four games remaining. They need two more wins to become bowl eligible. And with three road games remaining, including trips to Florida and Tennessee, time is running out.
October 17, 2005

Football practice update: Bright set at fullback

Steven Bright is not a lab rat. What he is doing this week during Vanderbilt's football practices is not a test. It's for real. Bright, who backed up Jay Cutler last season as the No. 2 quarterback, worked out at fullback and H-back this spring. As practices began this week, he was running with the first-string squad at fullback, and that appears to be where he will remain.
August 9, 2005

Interview: Mackenzi Adams

Bill Wade, Watson Brown, Whit Taylor and Greg Zolman; they all worked their way up from freshman status to stardom as quarterbacks at Vandy. In June another possible future Commodore quarterback star reported for duty at Vanderbilt. VandyMania spoke with highly touted freshman quarterback Mackenzi Adams from his home in Oklahoma as he takes a short break before heading back to Nashville for preseason practice.
July 19, 2005

Cutler's role to be limited in Spring Game

Vanderbilt head football coach Bobby Johnson is hoping for a large turnout of Commodore fans Saturday for the annual Black and Gold Scrimmage (10 a.m., Vanderbilt Stadium). But those hoping to catch senior quarterback Jay Cutler in action, Johnson warns, had better make plans to arrive on time.
March 24, 2005