How was yours?
All you need to know about the Tennessee game, assuming that your body blanked it like a plate of bad shellfish, is that the aforementioned ticket above - the one giving Vandy 11 points on the road - wouldn't have been good if the UT had spotted the Commodores an extra 25 points at the start of the game.
Vanderbilt will look to rebound from one of the worst losses in the Stallings era when they take on Louisiana State on Senior Night this Thursday. Washing the taste of a rivalry game defeat won't be easy, especially against a Tiger team that is trending upwards after a series of rebuilding seasons in Baton Rouge. The frontcourt duo of Johnny O'Bryant III and Jordan Mickey have given LSU one of the most formidable one-two punches in the SEC, and they'll keep freshmen Damian Jones and Luke Kornet on their toes in the paint all night. However, the Commodores will be fighting hard to send Kyle Fuller and Rod Odom out with a win in their final game at Memorial Gym. That should give Vandy an extra push behind their home-court advantage on Thursday night.
The Tigers are a very beatable team, however. Let's take a look at how a sub-.500 Atlantic-10 team defeated them to round out the non-conference schedule earlier this year.