Kedren Johnson, Bright won't play in 2013-14

Vanderbilt basketball took another unfortunate pair losses on Monday as Vandy officials announced that starting guard Kedren Johnson will not play due to a violation of team rules. Meanwhile, in another bombshell, Kevin Bright is giving up college basketball and returning to Germany. In May the 'Dores lost Sheldon Jeter who left the program for personal reasons.
July 29, 2013

Vanderbilt silences Kentucky fans, critics

NEW ORLEANS-- A funny thing happened on the way to the Kentucky coronation party. A throng of Wildcat fans had packed the New Orleans Arena to watch their beloved Big Blue ascend to its seemingly inevitable position as conference tournament champs.
March 11, 2012

Vanderbilt downs Kentucky in SEC finals

NEW ORLEANS -- John Jenkins lay on the court with his hands over his face as Vanderbilt teammates celebrated all around, exuberant after beating No. 1 Kentucky 71-64 for the program's first Southeastern Conference tournament title in more than 60 years.
March 11, 2012

Commodores Hold Off Bucknell, 80-68

Following Sunday's upset loss to Cleveland State, the Commodores responded by holding off the Bucknell Bison with a convincing second half performance despite the absence of John Jenkins and Festus Ezeli.
November 15, 2011

TOC Top Performers

The Tournament of Champions had some excellent individual performances, and here are five guys who really stood out.
November 29, 2010

Tournament of Champions: Day Three

WASHINGTON, Ill. – Day three at the State Farm Tournament of Champions had a few standout performances. No one has brought a better scoring day to the table at the tournament than Kedren Johnson, and also there were some impressive athletic plays in the game that would follow.
November 26, 2010

Commodore Commit Excited to Join Program

While it was not necessarily a surprise, many Vanderbilt faithful were overjoyed by the commitment of Marshall County (TN) star Kedren Johnson to the Commodores a few weeks ago. The 6-4, 213-pounder is the best point guard to pick the SEC program since Mario Moore in 2002 according to the rankings.
October 6, 2010