Ole Miss Vs. Vanderbilt Score: Commodores Lead Rebels By 2 After Ugly First Half

The Mississippi Rebels are trying to continue their improbable run through the SEC Tournament Saturday afternoon, and they're locked in a mostly ugly contest against the Vanderbilt Commodores through the first half. The score is 25-23 with Vandy holding a slight lead , and, other than a few highlight-reel dunks, this one hasn't been pretty.

Vanderbilt's star, John Jenkins, is known as being a lights-out shooter, but the rim looks like it has about a one-centimeter diameter to him so far; he's shot 4-12 and 2-9 from the three-point line. The Commodores have stayed relatively disciplined — they've committed only six turnovers — but haven't shot well, as evidenced by their 34.5 percent team field goal percentage.

As poorly as Vandy has shot, the Rebels have been even worse. Jarvis Summers has shot 3-5 and has 11 points, but no one else has been able to get anything to go, and it's resulted in, well, a 23-point first half. Terrance Henry and Nick Williams were key catalysts in the first two rounds of the SEC Tournament, but they have shot a combined 0-8 form the field so far.

For more on these two teams, visit Ole Miss blog Red Cup Rebellion and Vanderbilt blog Anchor Of Gold. Head over to SB Nation NCAA Basketball for more news and notes on conference tournaments and the rest of March Madness. For more on the SEC Tournament, stay with this StoryStream or visit Team Speed Kills.

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