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"I feel great," Marve said. "No (soreness). I just have to get back in the swing of things. I'm looking forward to this weekend. Hopefully, I'll get a chance to play."
The Commodores’ offensive line deserves some of the credit for the running game’s success this season. Vanderbilt is averaging 171.6 rushing yards a game – second in the Southeastern Conference’s Eastern Division.
A quick recruiting update: Julian Royal, high school teammate of Vanderbilt target Dai-Jon Parker announced his commitment to Georgia Tech today. Parker is and Royal was being heavily recruited by UGA. With Royal opting for the Yellow Jackets over the Bulldogs, the line of thinking is that this is a good sign for Vanderbilt going forward. We'll see if that holds true in the near future, as Parker is expected to announce his decision relatively soon. Parker is down to VU, UGA, Oregon State and Rhode Island, where he is apparently taking a recruiting visit this weekend, despite what have been claimed to be false reports that he would be committing to the Commodores this weekend. (Again, if you aren't following Anchor of Gold on Twitter, you are potentially missing the immediate notification of breaking Commodore news. Do yourself a favor, sign up for an account, and follow AOG. We promise not to tweet about the boring intricacies of our daily lives if you won't. Unless you request them, of course.)
"Roles are going to be different," said Taylor, a junior forward and the team's leading returning scorer (13.3). "A lot of people are going to have a lot more responsibility."
The NCAA is investigating allegations about the amateur status of former Stoneridge Prep student Enes Kanter, a 6-foot-11 center from Turkey who enrolled at Kentucky. Stoneridge Prep used to be part of the California Interscholastic Federation, then became an independent prep school after problems with rule violations.
Baseball's annual Black and Gold Series is next week. There will be three games played on Thursday (Oct. 21), Friday and Sunday, sandwiched around Homecoming weekend. Look for details coming on vucommodores.com.
Vanderbilt officials, responding to a need for overnight RV parking in conjunction with football games, have designated a flat lot located at the corner of 21st Avenue South and Broadway to accommodate RV campers. The lot is located between the central campus, the university’s 12-story Baker Building off 21st Avenue South, and a structure that formerly housed the Wild Boar restaurant.