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Not that Commodores should look ahead, but ... |

Vandy has enjo­yed great suc­cess against No. 1 teams at Memo­rial: four wins in a row, in fact (Ten­nes­see on Feb. 26, 2008; Flo­rida on Feb. 17, 2007; Ken­tucky on Jan. 13, 1993; and North Caro­lina on Dec. 5, 1987). But the upco­ming Jan. 30 game with the Wild­cats is in Lexing­ton, and the Com­mo­do­res are 0-7 all-time when pla­ying at the No. 1 team. That said, the 'Dores have won six of their last eight over Ken­tucky inc­lu­ding a pair of games at Rupp.

Kiffin saga is a soap opera, even for Vandy fans at Vanderbilt |

Vols fans across the state and country screa­med, stea­med and offe­red Bud Adams' two-gun salute to their one-and-done, Southern California-bound coach, Lane Kif­fin, who jum­ped ship and tos­sed a life vest to a chunk of his staff inc­lu­ding father Monte and everybody's favo­rite Mr. Ed ... Orgeron.

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Memorial Gym at Vanderbilt is also a very difficult place for opponents to play. For starters, the benches are on the baseline, giving the Commodores a real home-court advantage. It is an adjustment for opposing coaches and players to come into Nashville and deal with that.

Chat: Chat with Dana O'Neil - SportsNation | ESPN

Matt (CT)

Will Kentucky the run the table in the SEC? Has Cal turned the SEC into the new Conference USA?

Dana O'Neil (1:25 PM)

Matt: I think running the table is awfully tough. The SEC isn't CUSA. There are still some very good teams - Tennessee, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Vandy - to get thru and remember, as good as Kentucky is, they're still very young. They've done a great job of surviving every challenge so far but it's a lot to ask of a team made up of so many freshmen to stay poised on the road in hostile environments against good teams.

Andre Hal: "I’m Ready To Sign Now!" | (Scout - Premium)

Possible change for Florida RB | (Scout - Premium)

Offensive lineman Reilly Lauer no longer listed on Vanderbilt roster | Moral Victory