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Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason has received a contract extension, the school announced Friday. Details of the contract were not disclosed. Per ESPN:
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The Commodores went 6-7 last season and finished sixth in the SEC East.

Mason has compiled a 24-38 record with the Commodores, who have won at least five games each of the past three seasons. They've won three straight against in-state rival Tennessee for their longest winning streak in the rivalry since 1923-26.


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Vandy just affirmed they don’t really want to win
Reply3 months
Imagine being a Service Academy trying to compete in the SEC. That's Vandy. Mason gets more out of his guy's that's seeming possible.
Reply3 months
Big fan of Mason. Good for him.
Reply3 months
He is a good coach, well deserved. End of story.
Reply3 months
Guess Vandy figured he's the best they can get.
Reply3 months
A good guy a very good coach represents Vandy in a professional way.
Reply3 months
Unlike his predecessor
3 months
Tough place to coach football. This guy is a good coach even with the record.
Reply3 months
I like him, too. Seems like a good guy, with a solid mind.
3 months
Ger Der's! Beating the Vols like a drum
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