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The Vanderbilt Commodores were scheduled to play Ohio State in 2013 at Ohio State on August 31st, but have since cancelled the game with the Buckeyes.
The SEC released it’s 2013 schedule and Vanderbilt is scheduled to play Ole Miss on August 31st, which would obviously conflict with the Ohio State game and since the SEC offices rule all, the game with Ohio State had to be cancelled.
Not only did Vandy drop the Ohio State game though, they also cancelled a series with Northwestern that was scheduled for 2013 and 2014.
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Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller was hurt late in the third quarter of the seventh-ranked Buckeyes' game on Saturday against Purdue.
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Vanderbilt is going Big Ten-free, apparently.
On the same day that the Southeastern Conference school dumped a series with Northwestern in 2013 and '14, it was revealed that Vanderbilt notified Ohio State that it was also canceling their scheduled game on Aug. 31, 2013, at Ohio Stadium.
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