-Can we all just agree to forget about the first half of Vanderbilt's 82-74 victory of Auburn? I know Kevin Stallings wants to:“It looks like we hadn’t played in a week in the first half. I thought [Auburn was] a more aggressive team," Stallings said. At one point in the first half, Auburn built a 16-point lead. The continued to dominate the game, leading by 11 at half. One big key was the 'Dores inability to grab a rebound in the first half. They were outrebounded 22-10 in the first, including a 7/1 deficit on the offensive glass. Stallings tried to describe where the rebounding problem came from.“There were a couple of long bounces," Stallings said. "More than that were their speed and quickness or us not being in the position we needed to be. We got whooped on the boards in the first...

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