VU-MSU postgame notes
Feb. 23, 2013
Vanderbilt's win was its largest margin of victory in SEC play since 41-point win over Kentucky on February 12, 2008.
Fewest points allowed since Alabama scored 31 points in a 36-31 Vanderbilt win on January 24, 1949.
Vanderbilt out rebounded Mississippi State, 51-17, its largest rebounding margin of the season.
The Commodores had 20 offensive rebounds and out scored MSU, 24-0, in second chance points.
Mississippi State only had seven made baskets in the game (7-40, 17.5%), and two made threes (2-19, 10.5%). The shooting percentages were a defensive best for VU this year.
The Commodores made 28-61 from the floor for a 45.9% clip. Vanderbilt made 11-31 of three point attempts (35.5%), and was 5-7 from free throw line (71.4%).
VU had 19 assists on 28 made field goals. The 28 made field goals tied a season high (Nichols State, 11/10/12).
The Commodores scored 70 or more points in consecutive games for the first time this season.
Bright made a career high five three pointers (5-6).
Jeter added nine rebounds in addition to his 11 points.
Sophomore guard Dai-Jon Parker scored only five points, but had a career high 13 rebounds and six assists, respectively.
Walk-on freshman guard Carter Josephs scored the first two points of his career.
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