September 12, 2006

Tuesday's football notebook

Vanderbilt dropped its second game of the season by a 13-10 margin at Alabama, and now, the Commodores face Arkansas on Saturday.'s Chris Lee looks at some notable happenings heading into the Commodores' first home game.

Commodores heading home
After playing in front of approximately 308,000 visiting fans in their last three games (including last season), Vanderbilt finally gets a home game. The Commodores are the only Southeastern Conference team not to have played at home.

Starting center Hamilton Holliday says that the Commodores really haven't felt the pressure of playing on the road.

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