Robbie Caldwell is no longer the "interim" head coach at Vanderbilt. He's simply the head coach. Not too sure that means so much, from the way Vice Chancellor David Williams describes it.
"We evaluate every year," Williams said. "Even if you have a 20-year contract, we’re going to evaluate. We’ll evaluate all of our programs with the sport and what the goals were and the growth. I don’t think anything changes in that whether you’re interim or not interim, or whether you’re Robbie of Bobby."
But I think I speak for all of us who enjoyed Caldwell's Media Days presentation when I say: It's a step in the right direction. More in Sprints.