NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP ) -- Shan Foster scored 26 points to lead Vanderbilt to a 91-88 double-overtime victory over South Alabama on Thursday.
The Commodores rallied from an eight-point deficit midway through the second half to force a first overtime. Vanderbilt had a chance to win, but Alan Metcalfe's shot attempt was blocked by Ronald Douglas, forcing a second overtime.
Vanderbilt (6-0) pulled away by making all seven of its free throws in overtime. South Alabama (4-3) had a chance to tie the game at the buzzer, but a three-point attempt by B.J. Ford missed the mark.
Andrew Ogilvy scored 19 points for the Commodores, while Ross Neltner added 15 and Metcalfe scored a career-high 14. Demetric Bennett led the Jaguars with 25 points and Domonic Tilford had 20.
Foster made five three-pointers in a span of 7:05 in the second half to help Vanderbilt rally and cut an eight-point deficit to 62-59.
A 4-0 run by the Commodores, capped by two free throws by Neltner, gave them a 71-69 lead with 4:18 remaining in regulation.
South Alabama sent the game into overtime when Ronald Douglas tipped in a missed shot by Daon Merritt with 0.8 seconds left.