We're still talking up the possibility that Vandy will win six games. That would be a miracle, just like the 2008 season and the Music City Bowl win was a miracle. It can happen, but it's unlikely.
Vandy has been favored to win one game so far this season and has won two, so the Commodores have exceeded expectations. They will not be favored to win another game this season.
Here's what I think: Four wins this season would mean we win two out of three against Kentucky, Tennessee and Wake Forest. Or one of those and a really big win against Georgia, South Carolina, Arkansas or Florida. (The Georgia team we face Saturday will not be the same one that lost to Miss State and Colorado.)
Four wins would be a big success and Robbie Caldwell should get a two-year extension to see what he can do with all the promising young talent (at least by Vandy standards) that he has.
If we don't win another game, then we should get another coach.
And if we finish with three wins? Well, it depends on how we do in the other games. Do we show improvement? If we roll over and get crushed like we did in the latter days of Woodyball, then we should move on.