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Topic - Rod Odom
Mississippi State coach Rick Ray says his players continued to work hard even when it may have been tempting to give up on a lost season.
Craig Sword scored 20 points and Mississippi State ended a 13-game losing streak by beating Vanderbilt 82-68 on Wednesday night in the first round of the Southeastern Conference tournament.
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 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.
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.
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.
Marshall Henderson struggled with Vanderbilt's sticky defense trying to keep the Mississippi guard under control. As usual, he hit the biggest shots of the night helping the Rebels pull out another key win.
Jarvis Summers scored 16 points in leading the Mississippi Rebels who nearly blew a 13-point lead in the second half before beating Vanderbilt 63-52 Wednesday 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.
The Vanderbilt Commodores have very little room for error now that they're down to seven scholarship players.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Vanderbilt shooters caught on fire while warming up for the Southeastern Conference portion of the schedule.
"Got good looks," Odom said. "It felt good. Just didn't go in."
"It was just a lack of competing, a lack of competitiveness," Odom said. "They just came out and hit us in the mouth, and we never really got up."