Found October 10, 2013 on Fox Sports Tennessee:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Vanderbilt football coach James Franklin stated recently that it would be nice to talk about football and football only.Instead, the third-year Commodores coach has dealt with a highly-publicized alleged rape case where four players were indicted on various charges and dismissed from the team. Another player, standout junior receiver Chris Boyd, was exonerated as an accessory after the fact, but was booted from the team anyway.Then came the recent firing of coach Lane Kiffin at Southern Cal, and pundits around the country immediately placed Franklin as a possible candidate -- a notion neither USC nor the coach has dismissed.Oh yeah, the Commodores have played six football games, too, winning three non-conference games and losing all three Southeastern Conference encounters. That includes a heartbreaking season opener at home to Ole Miss, getting outmanned at South Carolina, and then getting blown out last Saturday at home by Missouri.With the bar raised at the hi...
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