Career Starts: Tinsley 107, Jenkins 56, Taylor 115, Goulbourne 38, Ezeli 50
Vanderbilt evened the overall series to 65, and is now 4-0 in Southeastern Conference play for the first time since 2010-11 (5-0 start).
VU has started 4-0 in league play for the second time of the Stallings' era.
Kevin Stallings is now 250-152 (13) at Vanderbilt, 373-215 (18) in his career. His record against Alabama is now 10-6.
Vanderbilt has now won eight consecutive games, VU's longest winning streak since the 2009-10 season, when the Commodores won 10 in a row.
Vanderbilt shot 40% from the floor against the Tide, and limited Alabama to only 32.9% from the field.
In league play, VU is only allowing 54.9 points per game and limiting opponents to only 34.9% from the field.
The Commodores outrebounded Alabama, 48-35, and Vanderbilt moves to 14-1 on the season when outrebounding their opponent.
VU was 21-29 from the free throw line (72.4%) on the night. In the last two games, Vanderbilt is a combined 51-73 (69.9%).
Vanderbilt was 8-for-18 from beyond-the-arc for the game (44.4%). The Commodores limited Alabama to only 6-24 (25.0%) from three.
The Commodores' largest lead was 23 with 8:12 to go in the second half. The Commodores took the lead, 20-19, on a Lance Goulbourne free throw with 3:27 to go in the first half and never relinquished it.
VU went to the half with a 26-19 lead, and went on a 15-5 run to start the second half.
Vanderbilt held Alabama's two leading scorers, JaMychal Green and Tony Mitchell, to a combined six points.