Injuries and defections have riddled Vanderbilt's offensive line this season, but the one constant through it all has been senior guard Brian Kovolisky. Over his five-year career, "Kovo" has been moved around more than a mob informant in the witness protection program. <P> <i>Vanderbilt (2-5, 1-3 SEC) meets LSU (5-2, 2-2) Saturday at 7 p.m. at Baton Rouge (ESPN GamePlan; 104.5 The Zone.)
October 28, 2004
NASHVILLE-- Vanderbilt travels to the intimidating venue known as Death Valley this weekend as it takes on the defending national champions. A daunting task, no doubt, but the Commodores can at least take two scores with them from Saturday as they prepare for the battle with the Tigers of LSU: Mississippi State 38, Florida 31. LSU 24, Troy 21.
October 26, 2004
For the past two games, Vanderbilt has intentionally used backup quarterback Steven Bright to spell starter Jay Cutler. So far the strategy looks like a win-win, as Bright led Vandy on a touchdown drive in his first appearance Saturday. <i>Vanderbilt (1-3) hosts Rutgers Saturday at 7 pm CT (WUPN-TV; 104.5 The Zone).
October 4, 2004
VandyMania spoke with senior offensive guard <B>Brian Kovolisky</b> and sophomore placekicker <b>Patrick Johnson</b> about the team's mindset heading into this weekend's road battle with Navy. <i>The Commodores (0-2) face the Midshipmen (3-0) at 12:30 CT Saturday in Annapolis, Md. (HDNet TV only; 104.5 The Zone).</i>
September 23, 2004
Hopes are running high in season three for Bobby Johnson at Vanderbilt... the Commodores return a wealth of returning starters, including a seasoned, savvy quarterback in Jay Cutler. The final installment of our 2004 SEC Football preview takes a capsule look at the 'Dores, and we make our annual season prediction.
September 2, 2004