Red-hot Vandy heads to Rupp on top in the SEC East

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Kevin Stallings has coached in the
Southeastern Conference long enough to know the value of each
league win.
That might be why he is getting a little greedy.
His 21st-ranked Commodores are enjoying their best start in SEC
play since the 1965-66 season after an 85-76 win Wednesday night at
No. 14 Tennessee. They are the SEC's lone undefeated team at 5-0 in
league play heading into Saturday's visit to top-ranked Kentucky.
The Commodores (16-3) have won 10 straight overall. Credit a
deep bench led by five returning starters who are repaying on the
court the confidence Stallings showed in them last summer when he
passed up a pay raise to fund a trip to Australia.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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