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Stallings chasing Skinner's Record

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After last week's win over William & Mary, Kevin Stallings (267-165) is 12 wins away from passing Roy Skinner (278-135) to become the Commodores all-time winningest coach. The victory over William & Mary totaled Stallings record at Memorial Gymnasium 182-48, which passed Skinner (181-41). This interview between Kevin Stallings and Vanderbilt athletic historian Bill Traughber is from May 2012 and is included as a chapter in Traughber's new book "Vanderbilt Basketball, Tales of Commodore Hardwood History." Interviews with assistant coaches Brad Frederick and Dan Cage (also former player for Stallings) were later added to the story.

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