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2017 Schedule
0-0, 1st in SEC - East
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Ex-Vandy player Banks gets 15 years for rape

Former Vanderbilt football player Brandon Banks was sentenced to 15 years in prison for his involvement in the 2013 gang rape of an unconscious female student.

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Glass half empty or full: 2017 SEC football (2:55)
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Vandy, UGA taking advantage of team scrimmages (2:09)
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Looking back on fall camp in the SEC (0:41)
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SEC coaches and players: Best of 'talkin' season' (1:27)
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SEC Network celebrates three-year anniversary (3:08)
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Camp Pass: Vanderbilt's Kyle Shurmur (1:24)
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Bold Predictions: SEC record breakers (4:21)
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Camp Pass: Vanderbilt (1:20)
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Mason: 'We are ready to play football' (3:45)
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Where does Derek Mason get his swag? (1:27)
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Welcome back to SEC football (1:46)
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Funniest moments from SEC Media Days (3:24)
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Best of Media Days: SEC players (2:17)
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Best of Media Days: SEC coaches (2:27)
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Running backs are a 'healthy' position in SEC (2:14)
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Catching up with Ralph Webb (2:35)
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Best of Tuesday: SEC Media Days (0:58)
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Mason: 'This team has grinded as hard as any team' (1:47)
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Shot Vandy players recovering, still suspended

Defensive backs Tae Daley and Frank Coppet remain suspended from the Vanderbilt football team following a June incident in which both players were shot trying to recover a teammate's stolen cellphone.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Vandy coach Derek Mason believes quarterback Kyle Shurmur is taking the right steps forward in his progress and thinks the QB he saw that played with more command and confidence at the end of the 2016 season will be the same one who starts this fall. "We need his mastery of the offense to take hold. … I've been waiting for him to grow up, he's grown up. Andy [Ludwig]'s giving him the keys to the car, we let the engine run, and now [Shurmur is] ready to take off and go."

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason believes RB Ralph Webb deserves more attention and credit than he gets. Webb has a school-record 3,342 rushing yards. "He's the back that no one talks about but he always performs. Any time you can make yourself a three-dimensional back in this conference, that's a big thing. … The best part of Ralph Webb is to come."

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Mason investing in a winning season (0:28)
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Watch: Day 2 at SEC media days

Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason and several of his players are scheduled to take the podium Tuesday morning. Coverage continues all day long on SEC Network/WatchESPN.

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

SEC head of officiating Steve Shaw kicks off Day 2 of media days in Hoover, Alabama, says there are new expectations for time of review and missed stops. Georgia, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State and Florida will follow Shaw today.

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