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Commodores hit the road at Mississippi State

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Vanderbilt hits the road for the first time since opening weekend with a trip to Mississippi State. The Commodores dominated the Bulldogs in four games last season, sweeping a series at Hawkins Field and winning a game at the SEC Tournament while outscoring MSU 32-14. The Dores' last trip to Starkville was in 2012 with the Bulldogs taking two-of-three. Vandy is 41-56-2 all-time against Mississippi State dating back to 1951.

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