Jerry Stackhouse Was Full of Emotion After Vanderbilt Stunned Kentucky

Vanderbilt men’s basketball pulled off a stunning road upset of the Kentucky Wildcats on Wednesday night, defeating its SEC rivals 68–66 to improve to 17–13 on the season. Head coach could not hide his emotion after what was a statement win for the Commodores and one of their biggest victories since he took over the Vanderbilt program. (Sports Illustrated)


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Jerry Stackhouse Was Full of Emotion After Vanderbilt Stunned Kentucky

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