Brian Kimbrow

Vanderbilt Commodores #25 - Running Back

  • Height: 5-8
  • Weight: 185
  • Seasons: JR

Lessons in Vanderbilt Football: Early Fall Camp


The time has come for Vanderbilt football’s fall camp to start and fans are eager for news, yet nothing of substance has come out.

Brian Kimbrow Is No Longer With Middle Tennessee

After a rough time at Vanderbilt, Brian Kimbrow was expected to find some playing time at Middle Tennessee. Instead, he is no longer on the roster after completing spring practice with the squad

Black and Gold Game Preview: Offense


Before finding out if they can score their way into a bowl, let's see if they can score on the SEC's best defense first

MTSU's HC put his son at QB, and it's working

The Blue Raiders have cause for optimism in 2016, having established themselves as one of the country's steadiest mid-majors.

Top Five MTSU Position Battles

Spring practice is right around the corner and that means lots of position battles for the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders.

Finding In-State Talent Important For Blue Raiders

Five high school recruits and a running back transfer mark one of the biggest in-state hauls for Middle Tennessee under the Rick Stockstill regime.

Is Vanderbilt about to make a Muschamp error?


Can Vandy avoid the mistakes of Florida/Texas?

Better Know an OVC Opponent: Austin Peay


Vanderbilt welcomes the Austin Peay Governors to Nashville this weekend - here's what you need to know about that team from Clarksville and their historically inept offense.

2015 Vanderbilt Football Preview: Running Backs


Could the Commodores have the most underrated rushing attack in the SEC? Where does Webb/Rivers rank with some of the SEC's more well know duos?

VA Defensive Tackle Drew Birchmeier Picks Vandy


Derek Mason got the eighth commitment of his class of 2016 on Monday when underrated 275-pound defensive lineman Drew Birchmeier gave Vanderbilt a verbal commitment.

Vandy Football Roster Review: Who's in for 2015?


A look at the latest Vanderbilt Football roster shows a lot of departures from last year's 3-9 team. Can a still-growing lineup lead the Commodores back to a bowl game? We take a closer look at...

Sims to RB, Other Position Changes at Practice


Darrius Sims was Vanderbilt's most explosive scoring threat in 2014...and he didn't score a single point for the Commodore offense. Derek Mason will change all that in 2015.