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Saturday preview: Vanderbilt at Arkansas
First quarter could go a long way toward determining the eventual winner.
Vanderbilt seeks longer drives; Arkansas thrives on long gains
Opposing offenses are opposites, ecxcept when it comes to the amount of time they spend on the field.
Caldwell shakes up Vanderbilt staff, looks for more offense
Running backs coach Des Kitchings becomes offensive coordinator; Jimmy Kiser relegated to quarterbacks coach.
Defense does a number of South Carolina, Vanderbilt still comes up short
Vanderbilt allowed 484 yards of offense, a season-high for South Carolina
Commodores can't contain all South Carolina offensive weapons
Vanderbilt falls 21-7 as Gamecocks have two 100-yard receivers and a 100-yard rusher.
Caldwell says VU's struggles started with fourth-down decision
Commodores' coach misunderstood the needed yardage when he called for a punt on the opening drive.
Vanderbilt held scoreless for first time in nearly seven years
Commodores blown out 43-0 as Georgia dominates on both sides of ball.
Saturday preview: Vanderbilt at Georgia
Georgia has one of the SEC's best red zone offenses; Vanderbilt's offense doesn't get to the red zone that often.
Vanderbilt's Stacy not the fastest, but quick to share credit for long runs
Sophomore running back already has 10 carries of 20 yards or more in his college career.
Vanderbilt looks to build momentum from imperfect victory
Six straight conference foes await, beginning with this week's trip to Georgia.
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