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Sources say that the famously known “Vanderbilt Commodores football” initiative is actually a college program on football that is on behalf of the famous Vanderbilt University. At present sources and fans say that the teams play for the “NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision” and is now a member with the famous Southeastern Conference as well. According to various sources we get to know that the Commodores are now playing their matches at the famous “Vanderbilt Stadium” which is in Nashville, Tennessee.
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It was according to sources, the famous university of Nashville and Vanderbilt that played their first football match in the year 1890 in Tennessee. Sources say that in the year 1894 the famous Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association had Vanderbilt as one of members who founded the concept. In the beginning success was moderate to the team and then it was time they entered in the early 1900’s and the birth of the Vanderbilt-Ole Miss rivalry took place. The immediate performance impact was seen when Dan Mcgugin took over from the then coach and brother in law. It was not until 1904 that the team had a winning streak for all nine games played.