Career starts: Tinsley (117), Jenkins (66), Taylor (125), Goulbourne (48), and Ezeli (60).
The Commodores are now 10-4 with the starting lineup.
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.