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We love our community. Exciting times this morning with our friends @eakineagles #VandyUnited #StarStandards #DoresAligned
How is your Monday? I bet ours is better!
@VandyFootball players giving the HIGHEST of high fives & @KONAICE treats for our 3rd and 4th graders!
Oh, and we finished TCAP. It's a great day to be an Eakin Eagle and GO DORES! @MetroSchools #EakinProud @EarlBBennett
Four Vanderbilt alums including @EarlBBennett and @DrewMaddux sat down with @trublu24 for a discussion about their time as Commodore student-athletes.
Hear their unique stories about their experiences during pivotal moments in the university’s history. ⬇️
https://www.vanderbilt.edu/the-commodore-way-perspectives-on-success-in-vanderbilt-athletics/Vanderbilt Sports & Society@SportsSocietyVU
What an awesome panel! If you can, please take a listen! Thank you, @VU_Chancellor @VandyAD for this fantastic panel! 👏🏾 #VandyUnited https://twitter.com/SportsSocietyVU/status/1512524192100409347
ICYMI: Watch today's discussion on the role of Athletics at Vanderbilt w/ @VandyAD, @trublu24 & 4 former Vandy student-athletes: Ann Price (🎾), Nicole Jules (🏀), @DrewMaddux (🏀), and @EarlBBennett (🏈). Beginning at 10:30 point of video:
https://www.vanderbilt.edu/about/university-leadership/board-of-trust/investiture/watch/Vanderbilt Sports & Society@SportsSocietyVU
Thank you all for having me today. What a time for Vanderbilt Athletics! #VandyUnited #VUFootball
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Lovie Smith is known for his calm demeanor. His bright smile and nomad beard highlight his facial features. These traits can be misleading — the warm and charming smile with a smooth and swift head nod to avoid any conversation. But, after one particular game Coach, Smith asked to speak with me. After watching the NFC Championship Game limp off the field and a 300-pound sumo dancing defensive tackle in the end zone to close out the 2010-11 NFL season. There were high expectations for the 2011-12 NFL Season. The offense and defense were returning starters, and this was the second season for Offensive Coordinator Mike Martz. Spirits were high …
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The offseason 2014, my agents CJ Laboy and Doug Henderickson knew a change was coming. After taking a million dollar pay cut and earning back half in 2013, we figured they would ask the same or release me. My mindset was to do what was best for my family and career whether it was playing in Chicago or elsewhere. After speaking to team officials in late February, they assured my agent that I was a part of the 2014 season plans. Fast forward to March 18th, and I received a call asking me to take a pay cut or be released. I wondered if I would have the same language …
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