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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Kyle Fuller
Coach Johnny Jones cares only about notching a rare win at Memorial Gym for the LSU Tigers, and how ugly the game might have been at times really doesn't matter.
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.
The NFL Combine wrapped up on Tuesday, but not before several Virginia Tech and UVa players could leave their mark.
Cornerback Kyle Fuller is one of four Virginia Tech players who were invited to the league's annual scouting showcase, and each arrived with different goals.
It's been so long since Jabari Brown last scuffled, one of his teammates blamed it on elements well beyond the junior guard's control.
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.
Michael Qualls made the game-winning dunk in Arkansas' earlier upset over Kentucky, and he hit the 3-pointer Saturday that lifted the Razorbacks to their first road victory of the season.
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.
The Vanderbilt Commodores are so short-handed right now that they have no room for error. Hitting a season-high 12 3-pointers helps.
John Calipari sees his young Kentucky Wildcats growing up and playing more the way he wants even if youthful mistakes still slip through.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama's seven losses this season have been by 10 points or fewer. After a 68-63 win against Vanderbilt, The Crimson Tide have now won two close games in a row.
"We felt like we could have won that game if we hadn't made mistakes, or even if I had hit that shot at the end to give us another chance," Fuller said. "We know how good we are, and we just play within ourselves. We knew that this game could be close if we did our business. It just didn't work out today."
"Coach drew up a play for Luke to run a flare screen, but when he got it Patric was kind of on him," said Fuller, who scored the final seven points for Vandy. "When I got it I thought I created enough space, but when it left my hand it just didn't feel right."