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Welcome. I do have one question though. What's with this "anchor down" thing that Vandy has started? I mean when a ship puts its anchor down that pretty much means it's immobilized and not going anywhere. Would it not make more sense to say something like "full speed ahead" or just rip off the Navy and use "anchors away"? Just a thought.

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Need more LSU fans. Crawdaddy was a quality LSU poster. I wonder where GeauxTo is pasting his forwarded emails to now


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View PostDarth Vader, on 13 November 2012 - 02:57 PM, said:

Welcome. I do have one question though. What's with this "anchor down" thing that Vandy has started? I mean when a ship puts its anchor down that pretty much means it's immobilized and not going anywhere. Would it not make more sense to say something like "full speed ahead" or just rip off the Navy and use "anchors away"? Just a thought.

Anchor down : to attack the opponent with a positive outcome anticipated.
I always think of an anchor being the most important part of a team, say in a race, but this Vanderbilt team is a family, and they are all just as important as the guy beside them. So they all kinda serve as an anchor. Anchor down could stand for the fact that this  is the new Vanderbilt and we are here to stay, or for the defense to anchor down and not let the offense move you. I dont really think it has one true meaning.



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Welcome aboard.  Enjoy the last two W's against us because we're putting an end to that next season.  Look forward to making the rest of Stallings' hair fall out in a few months.
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