Vanderbilt meets Massachusetts on Saturday morning at Vanderbilt Stadium. VandyMania.com's Don Yates compares the two teams in several critical areas. We also make a prediction on the game's final score.

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When the Tigers travel to Amherst Tuesday morning for a 10 a.m. tip-off at Massachusetts, they'll encounter a team fueled by point guard Chaz Williams and center Cady Lalanne. TSD publisher Ben Love previews the Minutemen inside with quotes from LSU coach Johnny Jones.

Slow starting Vandy downs UMass, 24-7

FOXBOROUGH, Mass.— Vanderbilt's weekend in New England got off to a disappointingly lackluster start. But the Commodores rallied in the second half for 14 unanswered points Saturday on the way to a 24-7 win over the University of Massachusetts at Gillette Stadium.


Vanderbilt visits Massachusetts on Saturday. VandyMania.com's D.T. Yates compares the two teams in several critical areas. We also make a prediction on the game's final score.

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Notes: Blowout Yields Positives

Wisconsin's blowout victory in the season opener allowed the Badgers to make changes on the offensive line, feature some true freshman and get a promising quarterback his first repetitions in the offense.

Following the Running Model

No Montee Ball, no problem for Wisconsin's running game, which picked up right where it left off last season by putting three running backs over 100 yards in the season-opening win over UMass Saturday.