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2016 Schedule
2-2, 5th in SEC - East
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Week 5 in the SEC: What to watch for

Will Ed Orgeron right the LSU ship against Missouri? Will Tennessee have a letdown at Georgia? Some storylines to watch in the SEC in Week 5.

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Will Florida bounce back against Vandy? (1:56)
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Top plays in the SEC: Week 4 (1:21)
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Vanderbilt ties Western Kentucky on final play of regulation (0:39)
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Western Kentucky uses deep ball to take 14-0 lead (0:33)
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Look for Vandy's defense to step up at WKU (1:46)
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Vanderbilt gets back to work, ready for WKU (1:51)
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Notre Dame highlights 10 ousted from playoff picture (1:20)
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Must S-E-C plays of the week (2:47)
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Vanderbilt falls to Georgia Tech (1:06)

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia Tech beats Vanderbilt 38-7, and all of a sudden this Thursday looks like it might be interesting. The Yellow Jackets host rival Clemson in five days and will be coming off a strong defensive effort in which they limited Vandy to 200 yards of offense after the first drive. The Jackets are 3-0 and have already matched last year's win total. They beat the Tigers pretty handily in their last meeting in Atlanta, too, although Deshaun Watson left that game after getting hurt.

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Georgia Tech dominating Vanderbilt

Clinton Lynch receives the pass from QB Matthew Jordan at midfield, spins and then takes it to the house for a 77-yard TD. The Yellow Jackets lead 38-7 in the fourth quarter.

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M. Jordan pass to C. Lynch for 77 yds for a TD (0:58)

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Georgia Tech has broken this thing wide open heading into the fourth. Dedrick Mills, fresh off a suspension last week, rushed for 2 TDs in the third quarter to make it 31-7 Yellow Jackets. Vanderbilt hasn't had an answer for Mills (58 yards, 3 TDs) and the Jackets' ground game (8 yard per carry).

Team Stats

Passing Yards163.8112th
Rushing Yards148.893rd
Points For23.8104th
Points Against26.3Tied-65th