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Head Coach: Bobby Johnson (11-35, 4 years; 71-71 overall, 12 years) 2005 Record: 5-6,3-5/T4th SEC East Venue:Vanderbilt Stadium
Location: Nashville, TN Turf: Grass Capacity: 39,790 Seating Chart:
Vanderbilt has now had 23 consecutive losing seasons with their last bowl coming in 1982, the year I started Northcoast Sports. With Vandy's strict academic standards and playing in a tough conference, they've won just 9 SEC games in the last 10 years and have had just one winning SEC record in the last 45 years. Vandy fielded very young units in each of Bobby Johnson's first two seasons but had 20 starters returning in '04. Expectations were high. VU lost an amazing 5 closegames (by combined 15 pts) and while they could have easily been a 7-4 squad, they finished just 2-9. It was their 4th straight 2-win season and in SEC play they were outgained by 77 ypg. Last year expectations were lower but VU appeared on the verge of a rare winning season. They had 103 players in August, the most since the mid-1980,'s. They got a TD with 1:48 left vs WF to clinch the first road win in Johnson's tenure and the first season opening win since 1997. They then got their first road win in an SEC opener since 1984 when they upset Arkansas. After beating Ole Miss at home, they were 2-0 in SEC play for the first time since 1956 and were on top of the SEC East standings. After beating Richmond, they were 4-0 for the first time since 1984 and actually received votes in the USA Today Poll at #30 and The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, ESPN Radio all did interviews that week. They would have been 5-0 for the first time since 1943 but were upset at home by Mid Tenn, a game in which VU had a 23-11 FD edge. They trailed #11 LSU by just 3 points late 3Q and the next week lost to #5 Georgia. VU almost upset SCar then lost in 2 OT's to Florida. Needing a win vs Kentucky to keep their bowl hopes alive, they trailed 34-10 at the half and lost by 5. They got their first win in Neyland Stadium since 1975 when they beat Tenn 28-24 in the finale. VU once again had 4 close losses but this year must replace star QB Cutler who was a 1 st round draft pick of Denver. From 1988 to 2004, Vandy's best offensive ppg was just 22.9 (1999). Last year's 27.2 ppg was their best since 1948 (29.8). They have six starters back on offense but with the loss of outstanding QB Jay Cutler, figure to be less potent. Vandy's defense allowed 29.2 ppg last year with 6 starters back. While they must replace 3 of their top four tacklers, they have six starters back again this year and should improve. Vandy missed their shot at a winning season last year. This season the team is weaker and the DEFENSE schedule is tougher and they will not match last year's 5-win total.
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