Vanderbilt basketball gets roasted on social media for new motto, which sounds eerily familiar to SEC fans
The Vanderbilt men’s basketball team is trying to rebuild its program as coach Jerry Stackhouse enters the second year of his tenure in Nashville.
However, on Thursday, the Commodores were getting roasted on social media after a tweet with a motto that really has no place in basketball.
As you can see below, the Commodores tweeted that they were building brick by brick:
Obviously, you don’t want to talk about bricks when it comes to basketball, as that’s a word that means a horribly missed shot. Oh, and then there’s the fact that that was a motto used by former Tennessee coach Butch Jones, and the Vols were mercilessly roasted for it.
Let’s just say fans had some fun with the Commodores’ tweet on Thursday morning:
— Hayden Hollingsworth (@haydenmc19) October 29, 2020
PLEASE use this as a slogan for a basketball team. https://t.co/OzhHvLzh4m
— Tanner (@TCarson__) October 29, 2020
@VandyAD @VU_Chancellor Great job firing the athletics communications team and replacing them with a professional that would seriously write this tweet. “Brick by brick” as a tweet for a basketball team coming off of two last place finishes? Are you trying to get made fun of?
— Brian (@BDelanes) October 29, 2020
yep. Lots of bricks in Memorial the last few seasons!
— Adam Lemons (@AdamLemons) October 29, 2020
Anyone gonna tell em? https://t.co/7n6XwT2ctA
— Travis Cabage (@Travis_Cabage) October 29, 2020
— Shawn (@ShawnFinchum) October 29, 2020
Please don’t use that slogan. It is too recently associated with Butch Jones and UT football.
— Todd Lilly (@toddlilly) October 29, 2020
Back to the drawing board. Time to build a new motto for the basketball team brick by brick.