Vanderbilt senior wide receiver Chris Young makes one last trip to his old stomping grounds Saturday. When Vanderbilt (0-1) meets Ole Miss (0-2) at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (11:30 a.m, Jefferson-Pilot TV, 104.5 The Zone), it marks a final return for Young to the region he terrorized for some 3,000 yards as a high school option quarterback. The mercurial Young looks back upon the ups and downs of his Vandy career.
September 17, 2004
At the Black and Gold Scrimmage March 20, Head Coach Bobby Johnson announced that senior wide receiver Chris Young had been elected by his peers as one of four 2004 team captains. "I've had a lot of bumps and bruises in my career here," Young tells VandyMania. "Now I'm just trying to help some of those guys steer clear of some of those same things that I went through."
March 29, 2004
Vanderbilt's receiving corps welcomes back two key players for 2003: junior Chris Young, who missed last season with a suspension, and sophomore Jason Caldwell, who made a strong showing last spring before injuring his wrist. Both are immensely talented... but both feel they have a lot to prove after recent setbacks.
August 24, 2003
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
Poor Vandy; just when it seemed a pathetic offense caught up with the rest of the team the defense turned to swiss cheese. The good news is this program always offers decent prospects to the NFL no matter how had they've been. The bad news is it could be another long campaign for the Commodores.
August 28, 2002