Monday, November 29, 2010

Vanderbilt Head Coach

Robbie Caldwell "resigned" as head coach at Vanderbilt. The Commodores finished the season with a 2-10 record. Caldwell took over in a difficult situation, with previous head coach Bobby Johnson retiring in July, just a matter of days before the start of camp. Coach Caldwell quickly won over many fans by putting on a show at SEC media day, but ultimately his personality wasn't enough to translate to wins on the field. The coaching tree has come up with two potential replacements:

David Lee is currently the Miami Dolphins' QB coach. He is in his third season with the Dolphins after a year as the offensive coordinator at Arkansas in 2007. Lee was the head coach at UTEP from 1989-93, compiling an unimpressive record of 11-46-1.

  • QB coach at Vanderbilt in 1977
  • Played quarterback at Vandy from 1971-74

Phillip Fulmer

Phillip Fulmer is currently a CBS college football analyst, which he has done since ending his long tenure as head coach at Tennessee. In 17 seasons as head coach, Fulmer had a record of 152-52, including a national championship season in 1998.

  • Assistant coach at Vanderbilt in 1979

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