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$55 million facilities project under way at Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt athletics officials and coaches attempted Tuesday to drive a stake through the notion that their school isn’t committed to winning in perhaps the most competitive conference in the nation. More

Titans’ Carr glad to be out of Oakland

The stadium in Oakland is known as “The Black Hole.” More

Johnson: VU’s pitching not as bad as it seems

The good news for battered and bruised Vanderbilt pitchers is they believe their problems are correctable. More

Area girls finish second in pentathlon

For area girls in the state pentathlon competition, Monday seemed to be the day for seconds. More

Vandy to announce upgrades to athletic facilities

Vanderbilt athletics officials will meet with the media this morning to unveil details of the school's Athletic Facility Project, a multi-million dollar project that proposes facility improvements for the football, men’s and women’s basketball, and baseball programs, as well as thorough renovations and enhancements to the McGugin Center. More

Dean's List: Lipscomb heads into state baseball with momentum

Of all the teams headed to the Blue Cross Spring Fling state tournaments this week, the one with the most momentum would be David Lipscomb’s baseball team. More

Multi-talented Testa helping Belmont reach its 2008 goals

Carlo Testa got off to a hot start this season. The Belmont Bruins as a team didn’t. More

Commodores staggering as postseason play begins

These are not the best of days for the Vanderbilt baseball team as it prepares for Southeastern Conference Tournament play this week. More

Predators prospects looking good

The Nashville Predators don’t expect to do a lot of shopping when the free agent market opens July 1. More

Erat wants to ‘bring a Stanley Cup to Nashville’

Instead of saying good-bye like last summer, the Nashville Predators are asking players to stay a little longer. More

Five Titans who need to get noticed soon

It’s only May, and that is something worth repeating when it comes to players who are making an impression in the Tennessee Titans’ offseason work. More

Struggling Commodores limp into SEC Tournament

Despite being swept in a three-game series at Florida this weekend, Vanderbilt clinched a spot in the Southeastern Conference Tournament that begins Wednesday in Hoover, Ala. More

Vandy football recruit changes mind, signs with N.C. State

Akeem Cunningham, a cornerback from East Orange [N.J.] High, who verbally committed to Vanderbilt earlier this month, changed his mind and signed with North Carolina State on Friday, according to reports. More

Predators: Erat returns to Nashville

Instead of saying good-bye like last summer the Nashville Predators are asking players to stay a little longer. More

That’s Racing: Busch savors bad-boy image

Every sport needs a villain and brassy young fireballer Kyle Busch delights in filling the bill as the new Bad Boy of NASCAR. More

Prep report: Rogers-Cunningham rivalry brewing

Some fun and very distinctive rivalries came out of the Class A/AA Midstate Regional track and field meet this week. More

Washburn thinks Titans' d-line could be better than '07

The Tennessee Titans lost three players and 14 sacks from their defensive line this offseason. But don’t sing some dirge of doom and gloom around Titans defensive line coach Jim Washburn, because he’s not at all discouraged about rebuilding a unit that accounted for 36 of the Titans’ 40 sacks in 2007. More

Waltzing to Tennessee: State schools bringing in hoops stars

Even Scotty Hopson’s family questioned his sanity this spring when he announced he will play basketball at the University of Tennessee. More

Bertrand, Vanderbilt battle Florida in NCAA Sweet 16

Defusing the Gator chomp, something Vanderbilt has not been very good at, is something it will have to do to advance in the NCAA women’s team tennis tournament. More

Inside Vanderbilt: Moore becoming a hot prospect

Take a good look at Vanderbilt cornerback D.J. Moore this fall. It might be your last chance. More