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Fall Practices, Commodores in the UFC (?), and European Lacrosse Stars - the Periscope

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It's an exciting weekend to be on Vanderbilt's campus. Not only are the football team's practices open to the public on Saturday and Sunday, but eight of the top 10 scorers in Commodore history will return to Memorial Gym to play in the annual Alumni Game. Here's all the news that you may have missed while we were debating the merits of the Vandy Football Twitter account.

Football. Energy remains high Friday during Commodore practice. Vanderbilt brought the excitement to their second practice of the fall session yesterday.

Friday Practice Photo Gallery. Rivals takes us inside Friday's practice with some action shots.

Vanderbilt football practices open to fans this weekend - The Tennessean. Want to see how the Commodores look in person? Vandy's practices will be open to the public this weekend. Each session starts at 3:30pm.

Sights and sounds from SEC fall camps. ESPN takes us across college football's toughest conference during the first few days of official practices.

W. Lacrosse. Peters, Team Ireland off to fast start at European Championships. Commodore Caroline Peters is taking a starting role in the European Lacrosse Championships.

Enter the octagon: What current SEC players would thrive in UFC? Ja'Karri Thomas gets a shout out as the Commodores most likely fighter.

Breaking down the Willis commitment. 247Sports takes a closer look at Vanderbilt's first basketball commitment for 2016.

Bracketology key takeways (Insider)With experienced guards handling the ball for head coach Kevin Stallings, Jeff Goodman thinks the Commodores should be the second-best team in the SEC.

Andy Ludwig talks Vanderbilt's offense: