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Just five days after releasing his offensive coordinator, Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason fired defensive coordinator David Kotulski on Monday. Per the Tennessean.com:
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Kotulski spent only one season with the Commodores, following Mason from Stanford to install the 3-4 defense at Vanderbilt. He also served as inside linebackers coach for the Commodores.

Vanderbilt confirmed that Kotulski would not be retained through a press release on Monday.

Last Wednesday, Mason fired offensive coordinator Karl Dorrell, wide receivers coach Marc Lubick and strength coach Bill Hughan. None of their replacements have been hired yet.
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Good for Mason. Not afraid to put his foot down and not willing to put his job on the line for others.
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