2018 SeasonAll times ET
Jake Bentley threw for 261 yards and a touchdown, and the South Carolina Gamecocks bounced back from their hurricane-forced break, routing Vanderbilt 37-14 Saturday.
- Mason to Kelly on blocking gripe: 'Come see me'
- Longtime AD Williams stepping down at Vandy
- Vanderbilt TE Cockrell in yearlong cancer battle
- Vandy's Jones suspended after assault charge
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Jake Trotter discuss the verbal spat between Brian Kelly & Derek Mason (2:45), the games that excite them the most in Week 4 (8:20) and more. Plus, the crew fills in the blanks (16:20), gets a dose of "Talk Nerdy To Me" (20:23), chats with Phil Steele about the best games of the week (36:04) answer walk-on questions (47:12) and give their extra points (53:29).
Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason apparently doesn't think much of Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly's comment that tight end Alize Mack "was getting cut [blocked] maliciously" during Saturday's game.
Jalen Elliott knocked the ball loose from Vanderbilt receiver Kalija Lipscomb with 1:07 remaining to give Notre Dame a fourth-down stop and No. 8 Notre Dame held on for a 22-17 victory over the Commodores on Saturday.
David Williams II, the first African-American athletic director in the SEC, will stay on as athletic director and vice chancellor at Vanderbilt until his replacement is hired.
Vanderbilt overcame two early red-zone disappointments and bottled up a high-scoring Nevada offense, winning a critical early-season nonconference game 41-10 Saturday with a dominant second-half performance.
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Check out Vandy right guard Bruno Reagan giving Dawn Davenport a judo lesson! Don't miss the Commodores on SEC Network today at noon ET!
Vanderbilt tight end Turner Cockrell has been battling cancer for the past year. He is currently undergoing treatment at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.
Kyle Shurmur threw for 170 yards and two touchdowns as Vanderbilt routed Middle Tennessee 35-7 Saturday night in the season opener for both teams.