Free safety Kelechi Ohanaja is in his third year as a starter for the Commodores, but the Arlington, Tex. native is about much more than football. In this VandyMania exclusive, Ohanaja talks about his future after football, as well as his role as the team's ad hoc fashion consultant.
October 13, 2005
NASHVILLE-- Vanderbilt safety Kelechi Ohanaja has recorded more tackles in one game than any other player in the Southeastern Conference in 2004-- not that he's necessarily happy about that. <p> <I>Vanderibilt (0-1) visits Ole Miss (0-2) Saturday at 11:30 a.m. (Jefferson-Pilot TV, 104.5 The Zone).
September 15, 2004
Provided he doesn't make it to the NFL first, Vanderbilt starting free safety Kelechi Ohanaja hopes one day to become a lawyer. But as you'll learn in this revealing, lengthy VandyMania interview, the Arlington, Texas native is already getting a jump on the art of representation.<P> <i>Vanderbilt opens the season Saturday at home vs. South Carolina (11:30 a.m., Jefferson-Pilot TV, WGFX-FM 104.5).
August 29, 2004
The Founders Walk, Vanderbilt's formal welcome of new students to the University community, took place Tuesday evening on campus. VandyMania photographer Whitney D. assembled this gallery of photos that includes a number of Vanderbilt's incoming freshman and transfer student-athletes.
August 25, 2004
Saturday was one of the more enjoyable days I've experienced in a long time. On an absolutely gorgeous spring afternoon at <!--Default NodeId For Vanderbilt is 744,2005--><A HREF=http://vanderbilt.TheInsiders.com>Vanderbilt</A> Stadium, a crowd estimated at somewhere between 1,500-2,000 showed up to see <!--Default NodeId For Bobby Johnson is 391050,2002--><A HREF=[PlayerNode:391050]>Bobby Johnson</A>'s team conclude spring practice with the Black & Gold scrimmage.
March 23, 2003