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Topic - Jon Parker
Vanderbilt can only think of all the mistakes it made in allowing Florida to escape with a win in its first game at No. 1.
Florida coach Billy Donovan knows his newly top-ranked Gators are an even bigger target for opponents. They just keep finding ways to finish off victories.
Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings turned to the walk-ons to get his team out of its early funk.
Vanderbilt's Rod Odom started off the game 0 for 7, but hit the big shot when it mattered to force overtime as Vanderbilt rallied to beat Texas A&M on Saturday.
Slow down the game by using up as much of the shot clock each possession as possible or playing zone on defense, the Vanderbilt Commodores are willing to do whatever it takes.
The Vanderbilt Commodores are so short-handed that there are nicknames being circulated to best describe them.
Georgia's 3-point shooting mirrored the frigid temperatures outside, where a southern snowfall snarled traffic and airports.
Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings glanced at the final box on Saturday and seemed as amazed as anyone at the outcome.
Johnny O'Bryant scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as LSU defeated Vanderbilt 81-58 in a Southeastern Conference game Saturday night.
The Vanderbilt Commodores are so short-handed right now that they have no room for error. Hitting a season-high 12 3-pointers helps.
Rod Odom scored 12 points and Parker added 11 as Vanderbilt outshot Florida 48.8 percent (20 of 41) to 40.4 percent (21 of 52).
Parker had urged Fuller the play before to go for a tie-up if trying to foul since VU had the possession arrow.