While the SEC looks to be a little to-heavy this season, mid-level Vanderbilt appears to be clicking at the right time. This team could make a postseason run.
Vanderbilt is back in the SEC hunt and in the mix for an NCAA tournament bid after a disappointing start.
Florida, Texas A&M got the results they needed on Saturday, but LSU's loss to Oklahoma could be costly.
Kentucky got off to a relatively slow start this season. But John Calipari's Wildcats are this weekend taking a three-game winning streak to Allen Fieldhouse, where they'll meet Bill Self's Jayhawks in a rematch of the 2012 national championship game.
Vanderbilt is undoubtedly one of the most disappointing teams in college basketball, and their season didn't get any better on Saturday afternoon. Some thoughts on what is making the Commodores struggle so much.
Jamal Murray can throw down some pretty dunks when he gets out in transition.
College football has finally ended, which means it's time for fans of amateur sports to turn their attention to basketball. And given that there are plenty of fans who tend not to fully tune into college hoops until football ends, that means it's the perfect time to give you an update on where the game stands midway through the season. That's where the CBS Sports Top-100 (and One) comes in.
Vandy's Luke Kornet is one of the unique players in college hoops due to his ability to knock down 3s and protect the rim. He proved that again on Tuesday night.
Which is more surprising: that South Carolina is this good or that Vanderbilt is this mediocre?
The Commodores fell in overtime on the road to Arkansas 90-85. It's remarkable that Vandy even got into overtime, as it took a 13-point second-half comeback and a miracle Damian Jones dunk with two seconds left to get it that far.

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