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Vanderbilt's upset bid of No. 1 Florida falls short

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Top-ranked Florida got all they could ask for, as the Gators survived a furious comeback by the Commodores Tuesday night at Memorial Gym. Kyle Fuller's three at the horn went just long, handing Vanderbilt a 57-54 loss. Rod Odom led the Commodores in scoring with 12 points. Dai-Jon Parker added 11 and six boards.

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