Coach's Show returns this Wednesday to Commodore Grille

Commodore Coach’s Show this Wednesday
Commodore fans are invited to join head coach Derek Mason and long-time play-by-play announcer Joe Fisher this Wednesday evening at the Vanderbilt Coach’s Show.
The one-hour show, which airs each Wednesday prior to a Commodore football game, starts at 7 p.m. CT at the Commodore Grille located in the Holiday Inn Vanderbilt on West End.
Fans can join Mason and Fisher for the live show, which airs on Commodore flagship WLAC 1510-AM and It is also available on the Vanderbilt Athletics GameDay App via TuneIn.
“It’s always a fun time to get together with Joe and our fans to talk Vanderbilt football,” Mason said. “I look forward to seeing a lot of friends and fans this Wednesday as we kick off another season of college football on West End.”
The show will feature questions from Commodore followers and an in-depth look at how Mason’s squad is preparing for the season opener this Saturday in Vanderbilt Stadium against Middle Tennessee.
Kickoff for the VU-Middle Tennessee opener is 6:30 p.m. Tickets ($25 each) are available online here, by phone at (615) 322-GOLD or at the Vanderbilt Athletics Box Office during regular business hours at 2601 Jess Neely Drive.
Commodores get back to work Sunday with indoor session
Mason and his Commodores opened their final week of preparation for the opener with a brisk workout Sunday afternoon in the team’s indoor practice facility.
The Commodores focused on offensive and defensive schemes, individual and position fundamentals, and all areas of special teams before capping the session with a conditioning workout.
The Commodores are off the field Monday, then will return to practice on Tuesday as they continue to gear up for the opener.  

Team’s Dore Alley walk through Vandyville Saturday at 4:15 p.m.
Dore Alley, the team’s gameday arrival to McGugin Athletics Center, will take place Saturday at 4:15 p.m.
Mason and his team will greet well-wishers during the Dore Alley walk through the Vandyville tailgate. The two-block walk, which also includes Vanderbilt spirit leaders and the Spirit of Gold Marching Band, starts at the intersection of Natchez Trace and Children’s Way.
The team’s Star Walk entrance into Vanderbilt Stadium from McGugin Center is slated for 5:45 p.m.