Five Commodores headed to NFL camps

It was a big day for five Vanderbilt players who's dream is to play in the National Football League. The Carolina Panthers and Buffalo Bills drafted Jovan Haye and Justin Geisinger in the sixth round respectively. Matthew Tant, Brandon Smith and Dominique Morris all inked free agent deals just after the draft was concluded.
April 24, 2005

Brandon Smith saves best for last

Senior wide receiver <B>Brandon Smith</b> finished the season vs. Tennessee with the finest game of his Vanderbilt career, hauling in 8 passes for 160 yards including an 80-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown. Smith talks about the game, the big plays, and about what his future now holds.
November 21, 2004

Views from the locker room

Wide receivers Erik Davis and Brandon Smith sorted out their emotions in the press room Saturday after Vanderbilt's loss to Rutgers. Both Davis and Smith had big catches in the game, but the team fell to 1-4 with the 37-34 loss.
October 10, 2004

VandyMania Interview: WR Brandon Smith

Senior wide receiver <B>Brandon Smith</b> opened the season Saturday with a solid performance against South Carolina, hauling in 7 passes for 88 yards. The New Orleans native talks about the season-opening loss to the Gamecocks, and expounds on his philosophies regarding trash-talking.
September 7, 2004

Football: Day 3 Practice Notes

The intensity and pace of preseason practice began to increase Friday evening as the Commodores participated in their first 11-on-11 sessions of camp.
August 10, 2003

Fans glimpse the future at Black & Gold Scrimmage

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=>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

Football: Thursday practice report

A four-series scrimmage at the end of Thursday's practice may have produced the most physical session this spring for the Commodores. The intensity picked up significantly during the final drive, which concluded with a competitive, hard-hitting goal line confrontation. After an ineffective start, the offense salvaged the session with a last-play touchdown. "They were trying out there, really working hard toward the end of practice. That's exactly what . . .
March 13, 2003

Crimson Tide rolls past Dores, 30-8

NASHVILLE, Tenn.-- Alabama's 12th-ranked Crimson Tide used a stifling defense to roll past Vanderbilt, 30-8, before 36,407 on a chilly Saturday afternoon at Vanderbilt Stadium. The Tide held the Commodores to 162 yards of offense and jumped out to a 30-point lead before allowing a lone Vanderbilt touchdown with 5:43 left.
November 2, 2002