-You know going into a game that fans don't have much impact on a game. Sure, they can help a team's effort by getting crazy loud. They can disrupt an opponent's rhythm by yelling so they can't hear play calls. If you want to get serious about it, you can even curse and torment other teams to the point of national embarrassment. (See West Virginia fans).But there is nothing worse as fan, then the feeling when your team is collapsing in front of you. The feeling of utter helplessness and frustration. That's what happened in the final four minutes of Vanderbilt's 75-72 victory over Mississippi State.Quick side note: Before I rant a bit, this is a quality win for the 'Dores. Before the Bulldogs had some tough road losses last week, they were a borderline top 25 team. This is a great win...

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