Nov 7, 2013
The depleted 'Dores need a Dumbledore - and it just might be Kevin Stallings
Following the predictable departures after the 2012 season of Festus Ezeli and Jeff Taylor - both to graduation - and John Jenkins, who left school early for the NBA, Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings was expected to lead a rebuilding team to a mediocre season last year.
The Miami Herald
Vanderbilt ready to bounce back after rough summer
Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings believes his Commodores have recovered very quickly after unexpectedly losing three players, including their leading scorer, during a rough offseason.
Vanderbilt Men's Basketball Season Preview: Point Guard
Yes, the season is upon us for cheesy introductions and hardwood action. The college basketball season is less than two weeks away, and Vanderbilt will try to improve on a strong finish to their 2012-2013 season despite losing four players from a team that didn't have a single player graduate last May. The Commodores enter this fall with two ... (more)
'Dores Stallings optimistic despite unexpected personnel losses
In late June Stallings, his confidence lifted by the Commodores' strong showing in the SEC tournament last March, was convinced that their sub-.500 record, the program's first in 10 years, was nothing more than an aberration.
Vanderbilt striving to overcome the loss of three key contributors in 2013-2014
Vanderbilt head men's basketball coach Kevin Stallings discusses the Commodores' upcoming season, rule changes, the SEC Tournament and more at SEC Media Days.