2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
19-16, 5th in SEC
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Luke Kornet draft highlights (0:22)
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Raptors to host free agent camp

The Toronto Raptors will bring 24 players in for workouts on Thursday and Friday, the team announced. Former Georgia State guard and 2015 NCAA tourney star R.J. Hunter headlines the list of scheduled participants, which also includes F Zach Auguste (Notre Dame), F Cleanthony Early (Wichita State), G John Jenkins (Vanderbilt) and F Jalen Reynolds (Xavier).

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Pacers' eighth pre-draft workout set for Thursday

The Indiana Pacers will host Clemson F Jaron Blossomgame, Houston G Damyean Dotson, Marquette C Luke Fischer, UNC F Justin Jackson, Vanderbilt F Luke Kornet and Louisville G Donovan Mitchell for a pre-draft workout Thursday.

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Kennard, Ferguson to work out for Heat

The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reports Duke guard Luke Kennard and Australian wing Terrance Ferguson will work out for the Heat on Wednesday, citing sources. Jackson also reports Vanderbilt C Luke Kornet and Wake Forest F/C John Collins will be working out Wednesday.

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Lakers to work out six Monday

The Lakers announced Monday morning they'll be hosting six players for a pre-draft workout: Arizona State G Torian Graham, Kentucky F Isaac Humphries, Kansas State F Wesley Iwundu, Vanderbilt F Luke Kornet, SMU F Ben Moore, and Georgetown G Rodney Pryor.

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The Suns continued their pre-draft workouts Tuesday bringing in G Zak Irvin (Michigan), F Wesley Iwundu (Kansas State), C Luke Kornet (Vanderbilt), C Kennedy Meeks (North Carolina), F Semi Ojeleye (SMU), F Devin Robinson (Florida) and C Jarrett Allen (Texas).

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star point guard Darius Garland mentioned Indiana, Duke, Kansas, Notre Dame, and Vanderbilt as schools heaviest in pursuit.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Vanderbilt offered five-star 2018 forward Simi Shittu (No. 9).

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame transfer Matt Ryan announces he has committed to Vanderbilt.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame transfer Matt Ryan tells ESPN he is at Vanderbilt for an official visit this weekend.

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SEC basketball in review (3:47)
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SEC Basketball Fever: A historic run (1:36)
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SEC shines in March (2:13)

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John Calipari on the SEC: "Every game we play is a Super Bowl ... and I think it also helps South Carolina and Florida. And Vandy, Vandy should have won that game. Arkansas should have won that game. Our league had 11 teams in the top 100." (Photo by Nelson Chenault/USA TODAY Sports)

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Vanderbilt and Northwestern played as even as possible in the last two minutes of their game on Friday. The biggest difference? The Wildcats got to the line, hit their free throws and came away with the victory.

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R&K: Vandy blunder & Kap being kept out?

The guys discuss Vanderbilt's brutal loss in the tournament and debate if they almost did something really smart plus is Kap being kept out of the NFL or just not valuable?

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Williams on 'state of confusion' in Vanderbilt loss (1:18)

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While junior guard Matthew Fisher-Davis committed a critical foul in the closing seconds of Vandy's loss on Thursday, his production off the bench was one of the reasons why the Commodores were in position to beat Northwestern.

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Examining Vanderbilt's performance vs. Northwestern (1:33)
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Collins on Wildcats' wild finish (1:35)
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Vandy's Fisher-Davis on late foul: 'I got confused' (1:10)
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Vandy's Fisher-Davis on foul: 'Dumb mistake'

Vanderbilt's Matthew Fisher-Davis took the blame for inexplicably fouling Northwestern's Bryant McIntosh with 15 seconds left, saying he thought the Commodores were trailing by 1, not leading.

Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

If you're going to win your first game in your first-ever NCAA tournament, there are few wilder ways to do so than Northwestern's 68-66 victory over Vanderbilt. Chris Collins said immediately afterward that there was no pressure, that "the pressure was getting here," and his team played like it even when things got tight down the stretch -- and even when it needed one of the all-time silly tourney fouls by Matthew-Fisher Davis in the game's decisive closing seconds.

Team Stats

Points Per Game71.1228th
Rebounds Per Game34.5246th
Assists Per Game12.9218th
Points Allowed68.172nd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record10-15
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances14