Vanderbilt Commodores Oxford Tickets
The Vanderbilt Commodores represent the athletics program of Vanderbilt University at Nashville. An NCAA Division I school, the Commodores are members of the Southeastern Conference (except for the women’s lacrosse team which plays in the Big East Conference and the Bowling team, which plays in the Southland Bowling League). The program fields teams in sixteen varsity sports and has won three national titles, all of which they won in the last ten years. So things are definitely looking up for the Commodores. For their next fixture, the team travels to Oxford to take on their fierce rivals, the Ole Miss Rebels. To catch all the games from the fixture live, get Vanderbilt Commodores Oxford tickets now.
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The program’s athletic director is David Williams II who is also the Vice Chancellor of student life at the university. So the athletes are well cared for. The Commodores’ colors are gold and black, while their official mascot is Mr C.
Football Rivalry With Ole Miss
One of the most famous rivalries in collegiate football is the rivalry between the Ole Miss Rebels and Commodores football teams. The rivalry is the second longest, continuous in collegiate football. Both schools were founding members of the Southeastern Conference and their close proximity to each other meant they became annual division rivals. The first meeting between the teams took place in 1894 while their latest meeting took place in September 2015.
Ole Miss leads the current series between the two schools 50-38, with 2 draws. Ole Miss is also on a three game winning streak, so it will be interesting to see how the Commodores play when they visit the daunting Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
The Commodores have won three national championships so far. The team won its first championship in women’s bowling in 2007. They won their first men’s championship in 2014 in baseball after winning the 2014 College World Series. The team won their third title in 2015 in women’s tennis. So things certainly seem to be looking up for the Commodores.
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