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Vanderbilt Coach Kevin Stallings sorry for saying he'd 'kill' player
Vanderbilt Coach Kevin Stallings sorry for saying he'd 'kill' player

Vanderbilt's Kevin Stallings wasn't happy when he learned one of his players had behaved inappropriately after a victory over Tennesse on Thursday night. The way the coach handled the situation, however, was even more inappropriate. Stallings was caught on camera during the postgame handshakes shouting obscenities toward Wade Baldwin, at one point saying he would "kill" the freshman guard for purportedly clapping in the face of a Tennessee player after the game. In a statement issued by the university later that night, Stallings said he was “very remorseful of my actions tonight.” “One of our players acted inappropriately and violated what we...

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