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Lady Vols in NCAA Basketball Tournament

There have been 37 NCAA women’s basketball tournaments and the only team that has appeared in every single one? The Tennessee Volunteers. They haven’t been in a Final Four in 9 seasons and they are hoping to make a visit there this year. Monday night, the 2018 NCAA Tournament bracket …

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College Footall Preview: Vanderbilt Hosts Western Kentucky

In their first home game in nearly a month, the Vanderbilt Commodores look to snap a five-game losing streak this weekend against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. This is the Commodores’ final non-conference game for this season and are 3-0 in games outside the SEC. Back in black | gold | …

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NCAA Tournament Preview: Louisville vs. Jacksonville State

March Madness continues with a battle between Louisville and Jacksonville State this afternoon. Friday’s match up features an experienced veteran versus a hard fought rookie. Back Again No. 2 seeded Louisville (24-8) returns to the NCAA Tournament after a self-imposed ban from postseason play in 2016.  A year ago, the …

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Florida Prepares for Hardest Test Yet against Belmont

The Florida Gators men’s basketball team squares off against the Belmont Bruins tonight in Tampa at the Amalie Arena for just the second time in program history. The two teams met in 2001, when the 3rd-ranked Gators downed the Bruins, 107-55. Belmont is currently ranked 11th in the College Insider Mid-Major …

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CFB Preview: Vandy Takes on Western Kentucky

The Vanderbilt Commodores will travel to Bowling Green this weekend to take on the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. This is the fifth meeting between the teams, but the first time the game will be played in Kentucky. Vandy does hold the lead against Western Kentucky with a 3-1 all-time record. However, that …

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2015 Vanderbilt Commodores Football Preview

Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason walked into a lose-lose situation last season. Mason was replacing James Franklin, who turned around a football program that was once considered the laughing stock of the Southeastern Conference. In his final year as coach of the Commodores in 2013, Franklin led Vanderbilt to a …

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