‘Terrible’ performance dooms Vandy against UK

A sloppy day of baseball Sunday led to Vanderbilt’s first home-series loss in Southeastern Conference play in two years. More

Dean's List: Track action heating up

Unlike any other event in high school track, a pole vaulter experiences the highs and lows of the sport – literally and figuratively. More

Goff, Horrocks added to NFL teams Sunday

Vanderbilt middle linebacker Jonathan Goff, a two-time All-Southeastern Conference pick, was selected in the fifth round of the NFL Draft on Sunday by the Super Bowl champion New York Giants. More

Gamble pays off for Bennett

Earl Bennett’s gamble paid off Sunday. More

Meet the newest Titans

Here's a look a each of the Titans' 2008 draft picks: More

Titans complete draft by selecting cornerback from Washburn

The Titans completed the draft by selecting cornerback Cary Williams of Washburn College. Williams is the third player from Washburn to be drafted, and the second one to be taken in the past two seasons.

Bennett to Bears, Goff to Giants

Vanderbilt wide receiver Earl Bennett was drafted in the third round Sunday in the NFL Draft, while Commodore linebacker Jonathan Goff was a fifth-round pick by the New York Giants. This marks the first year since 2001 Vanderbilt has had three players selected in one draft. On Saturday, offensive tackle was a first-round pick by the Chicago Bears. Bennett, the leading receiver in Southeastern Conference history with 236 receptions, chose to bypass his senior season in 2008 to enter this year’s NFL Draft. "Everything worked out good," he said. "I don't have any regrets with anything I did." Goff led Vanderbilt with 113 tackles in 2007. Check back later for more updates.

Titans close fourth round picks with Purdue LB

The Titans used the third of the three fourth-round picks, a compensatory selection and No. 134 overall, on Purdue linebacker Stanford Keglar. More

Cal receiver Hawkins joins Titans

The Tennessee Titans finally added a wide receiver to their 2008 draft class with their second fourth-round pick, selecting California wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins. More

Titans move up to grab defensive end Hayes

The Titans moved up in the fourth round to the 103rd pick overall and selected Winston-Salem State defensive end William Hayes. More
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