With preseason camp wrapping up and Vanderbilt players starting class on the 24th, Vanderbilt has starting closing practices to the media in preparation for the September 3rd matchup against Elon. Although coach Franklin and his staff have not released a depth chart or announced starters, the position battles are clearing up and the playmakers for the 2011 season are emerging.
August 27, 2011
VandyMania.com continues its analysis of the 2011 Vanderbilt football team position-by-position. Today we look at the Commodore offensive line. A weakness for the team in 2010, due to injuries and the lack of experienced players, the Vandy O-line looks to be much improved in 2011. No depth chart was released by VU after spring drills but here's a rundown on how things could possibly end up.
July 5, 2011
A team can have the greatest running back in the world but if the offensive line can't block the back likely won't be successful. As Vanderbilt nears its 2010 season opener questions loom. Look inside to hear what they are saying about Vanderbilt's offensive line.
August 31, 2010
The offensive line is probably the biggest question mark this season for first-year head coach Robbie Caldwell. There is a good core group of young talent returning for the ‘Dores, but they will have to come together quickly with the tough schedule ahead of them.
August 5, 2010
VandyMania talked in depth with Vanderbilt Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator Robbie Caldwell. In part one, Caldwell discusses the current offensive linemen including Thomas Welch, James Williams, Reilly Lauer, Ryan Seymour, Caleb Welchans, Michael Bryant, Ryan Custer, Kyle Fischer, Eric Hensley, Bradley Vierling, Joey Bailey, Chris Aaron, and Richard Cagle.
May 12, 2009