Vanderbilt burned by officials
From Florida's impressive resurgence to LSU's improving passing game, the SEC is covered here.
That said, the judgment here is that the unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty called against Vanderbilt for excessive celebration Saturday in its 49-42 double-overtime loss to Florida was about as bad as it gets.
You see a call like that, and you can't help but think what Vanderbilt fans have been saying for years: Maybe there is some built-in mechanism, some underlying force that keeps the Commodores from ever getting over the hump in the Southeastern Conference.
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