— Keon Johnson scored 10 of his 16 points in the second half, leading No. 10 Tennessee to a 81-61 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday night.
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Four Gonzaga starters make the updated rankings, but Iowa's Luka Garza still leads the way.
- Vandy virus issues cause postponement vs. Vols
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- SEC, ESPN strike 10-year deal starting in '24
- Chancellor: Vandy has 'assets' to compete in SEC
The No. 10 Vols will not make the trip to Vanderbilt on Tuesday night due to coronavirus issues within the Commodores' program, though Saturday's game at Tennessee is still scheduled.
— Iverson Molinar scored 24 points, D.J. Stewart Jr. added 16 and Mississippi State made just enough free throws in the closing seconds to hold off Vanderbilt 84-81 on Saturday.
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— Olivier Sarr scored 24 points, Davion Mintz made the game-winning 3-pointer with 47 seconds left and Kentucky beat Vanderbilt 77-74 on Tuesday night for its ninth-straight win against the Commodores.
— Colin Castleton scored a career-high 23 points and Florida opened the SEC season on Wednesday night with a 91-72 win over Vanderbilt in the Gators’ first game since Keyontae Johnson’s collapse.
— Scotty Pippen Jr. hit five 3-pointers and scored a career-high 30 points to lead Vanderbilt to an 87-59 win over Alcorn State on Sunday.
— Hyunjung Lee tied a career high with 23 points, Carter Collins had 22 and Kellan Grady added 19 to help Davidson beat Vanderbilt 85-65 on Tuesday night.
— Scotty Pippen Jr. matched his career high with 25 points and Vanderbilt beat Radford 59-50 on Saturday night.
— Blake Francis scored 21 points, Grant Golden had 14 points and eight rebounds, and Richmond used a big first half to beat Vanderbilt 78-67 on Wednesday.
— Dylan Disu drained a career-high five 3-pointers and grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds to go with 19 points and Vanderbilt rolled to an 84-41 win over Mississippi Valley State on Sunday.
The new SEC deal, which begins in 2024, provides ESPN and ABC up to 15 premier football games, including the SEC championship game and rivalry games such as Alabama-Auburn and Florida-Georgia.
Vanderbilt chancellor Daniel Diermeier said the program will be ready to spend money to make improvements and be worthy of being a charter member of the SEC.
Vanderbilt men's basketball has canceled a fourth straight game with the program paused due to COVID-19 issues.
— Scotty Pippen Jr. scored a career-high 25 points as Vanderbilt held off Valparaiso 77-71 Friday night in the season opener for both teams.
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