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    Commodores Around the Web Friday (Jan. 7)

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    Women's Basketball: Vanderbilt ends two-game skid (
    "I was glad to be winning again," Head Coach Melanie Balcomb said. "We'd lost two in a row so I'm glad we put two halves together. We did a lot of work since that last game and all I could focus on was trying to keep them focused on what their task was, and not focused on what happened the last two games."


    Men's Basketball: Tough road awaits Dores with start of SEC play (City Paper)

    "Every single one of the teams in this league is capable of beating anybody," guard Brad Tinsley said. "That is what is so great about the league -- home or away, anybody can beat anybody. So you can't take anybody lightly. That is definitely not what we are doing. We are going into a tough environment and we just have to play our game."

    Men's Basketball: SEC East has all the power (Tennessean)

    Men's Basketball: McClellan discusses redshirt (Tennessean)

    "I just thought that given the depth of the ros­ter, it would be the best deci­sion for me to work on my skills and get bet­ter every­day out here with the team we have," McClellan said. "The deci­sion thus far has been great. I feel like I'm impro­ving at a rapid rate and I'm loo­king for­ward to next year."

    Men's Basketball: Power Rankings- No. 19 Vanderbilt (

    Men's Basketball: Drama never far away in SEC (

    Men's Basketball: SEC might not be as bad as it looks (Lexington Herald-Leader)

    Women's Basketball: Vanderbilt women finally hold a lead (Tennessean)

    Baseball: Stan Ziomek receives honor from Babe Ruth Hall of Fame (


    NFL: Cutler excited about making NFL playoff debut (

    "There are going to be some jitters," Cutler said. "I think if there are no jitters you don't care that much. Guys are going to have some pre-game jitters and stuff, but the good thing about having a young team is we're just going to go out there and play. We have nothing else to lose."


    Quick Slant: Suggestion box overflowing

    Men's Basketball: VU opens SEC play at S. Carolina

    Football: Stokes a finalist for Bowden Award

    Swimming: VU plays host to Kansas Saturday
    "Kansas is a really strong team that is very well coached," head coach Jeremy Organ said. "We do not know what to expect from the swimmers this week but we've been training hard. Erika Deardorf has looked great in the water lately so look to her to post some good times this weekend."

    Bowling: Hamilton battling for Team USA Trials title

    Women's Tennis: Dillon defends title in Ireland


    Women's Basketball: Russian Bar Trio performance at halftime

    Men's Basketball: Stallings previews South Carolina game

    Women's Basketball: Vanderbilt-Mississippi State highlights

    Women's Basketball: Balcomb, Holzer on VU win


    Alan Thicke "Sweaty and Hot"

    I'll always remember Alan Thicke as Mike Seaver's dad on Growing Pains... or as the composer and singer of the theme for Diff'rent Strokes.

    But his song "Sweaty and Hot" takes the cake. Canadian pop at it's finest.

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