Feb. 22, 2012
Box Score |
AP Photos |
Vanderbilt 59, South Carolina 48
Memorial Gym, Nashville, Tenn.
- Vanderbilt head coach Kevin Stallings moves to 379-219 overall in his 18-year career, and 256-156 in 13 years at VU.
- Stallings moves to 13-13 all-time against South Carolina.
- Stallings garnered his seventh 20-win season in the last nine years, and now has more 20-win campaigns than any other Vanderbilt coach. All-time winningest coach Roy Skinner has six.
- Stallings now has 24 20-win campaigns.
- Vanderbilt swept the season series from South Carolina for the first time since the 2007-08 campaign.
- Vanderbilt and South Carolina were tied at the half at 22. Commodores move to 3-1 when tied at the half.
- Vanderbilt's point total of 59 points was a season low for SEC play.
- The Commodores shot 38.5% from the floor, and held South Carolina to 32.7% from the floor. Vanderbilt moves to 16-4 on the season when outshooting its opponent.
- Vanderbilt outscored South Carolina, 14-7, in points off of turnovers.
- The Commodores move to 16-2 on the year when outrebounding their opponent (34-27).
- Third opponent Vanderbilt has held under 50 points in SEC play (Auburn, Tennessee others). The 48 points was a season-low for South Carolina.
- The Commodores were 25-28 from the charity stripe for the night (89.3%), while South Carolina was 4-4 (100%).
- John Jenkins scored a team-high 21 points, and was 3-6 from three. Jenkins has made a three in 48 consecutive games.
- Jenkins has scored in double figures in 61 consecutive games and 80 in his career.
- Jenkins made three threes on the night, his 23rd game this season with three or more threes in a game. He now has 105 threes for the season.
- Jeffery Taylor, the league's second-leading scorer, had a season-low four points.
- Festus Ezeli scored 14 points and had five blocks, and now has 191 in his career. Ezeli was a perfect 8-8 from the charity stripe. He has now scored in double figures for the 10th time this season and 37th of his career.
- Lance Goulbourne added 12 points and eight rebounds.
- Taylor remains third on VU's all-time scoring list with 1,800 points. With one steal against the Gamecocks, he is now in eighth place by himself on the all-time steal list with 139.
- Jenkins now has 1,507 points, and surpassed Dan Langhi for 13th on the all-time scoring list.
- Brad Tinsley surpassed Frank Seckar for second place on the all-time assist list and now has 458 career assists.
- Ezeli continues to add to his all-time scoring block lead and has 191 in his career.