Longtime Vanderbilt broadcaster Joe Fisher Resigns To Enter Rehab
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On Thursday, longtime Vanderbilt broadcaster Joe Fisher announced that he’s resigning from his position...
247Sports confirms that he was pulled off the air...

A source with knowledge of the situation confirmed that Fisher was pulled off the air on ESPN 102.5 The Game before the show ended. The station typically publicizes its weekly interviews on the show after the fact and posts audio online, neither of which happened this week. Fisher has been Vanderbilt’s primary play-by-play man for 23 years.
Vanderbilt’s AD released this statement...

“We appreciate your service @joefishervu and will never forget the great moments and memories shared with Commodore Nation,” Vanderbilt athletic director Candice Storey Lee said. “We now applaud your courage. Focus on what matters most & take great care of yourself on this journey. We wish you all the best.”
(The Spun)
Filed Under: Vanderbilt Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com


Broadcasters and late night show hosts of all sorts would improve with a couple drinks in them.
Reply1 month
The man wasn’t on drugs, he cracked up. That whistling **** got to him. They say he’s a blabbering mess and keeps pursing his lips and blowing spit everywhere
Reply1 month
Failed to swoon over Sarah Fuller
Reply1 month
i'd do drugs if i had to do announcing for vandy football
Reply2 months
Is there a video of this?
Reply2 months
Sarah Fuller gave him a lecture.
Reply2 months
He looks like he’s addicted to Golden Flake.
Reply2 months
The late Jack Cristil (the former Moo State announcer for 58 years) can rightfully say "Hold my crackpipe" to any other SEC announcer. That poor man went straight to Heaven.
Reply2 months
I don't understand why the guy can't go take care of his problem and come back to his job. Unless he went full Brockmire he shouldn't have to resign
Reply2 months
Can you imagine watching every play of every Vandy game for the past 23 yrs? I'd be an alcoholic too
Reply2 months
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