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Anchor Drop, January 13, 2020: Bowling Wins in Vegas

Vanderbilt bowling devours McKendree’s soul.

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Hail Pinman. Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images for Professional Bowlers Association

Good morning.

Vanderbilt bowling won the Stormin’ Blue and Gold Vegas Classic on Sunday, picking up wins over McKendree and Nebraska to conclude an undefeated weekend and the tournament. Next up: Philadelphia next weekend.

Men’s tennis completed the Coach LaLance Invite in Murfreesboro with five individual victories on Sunday. They’ll face a doubleheader against Nebraska and Belmont on Saturday.

Women’s basketball lost to South Carolina, 93-57. Yeah, let’s not talk too much about that.

The Tennessean interviews new defensive coordinator Ted Roof, in podcast form.

The Hustler takes on the topic of legacy admissions at Vanderbilt. My opinion: why should legacies get preference? It’s stupid and nonsensical.


NFL Playoffs: Chiefs 51, Texans 31 ... Packers 28, Seahawks 23.

NBA: Jazz 127, Wizards 116 ... Knicks 124, Heat 121 ... Spurs 105, Raptors 104 ... Grizzlies 122, Warriors 102 ... Nets 108, Hawks 86 ... Nuggets 114, Cavaliers 104 ... Suns 100, Hornets 92.

NHL: Predators 1, Jets 0 ... Canucks 4, Wild 1 ... Sabres 5, Red Wings 1 ... Penguins 4, Coyotes 3 ... Panthers 8, Maple Leafs 4 ... Devils 3, Lightning 1.

PGA Tour: Cameron Smith erased a two-shot deficit with two holes left in the Sony Open in Hawaii and beat Brendan Steele in a playoff on Sunday.