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2014 Massachusetts vs Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt erased an 11-point fourth-quarter to win its first game of the Derek Mason era, 34-31, over Massachusetts.

Ralph Webb’s 4-yard touchdown burst with 1:08 remaining gave the Commodores a lead they would never relinquish after Minutemen kicker Blake Lucas missed a game-tying 22-yarder in the waning seconds.

Quarterback Patton Robinette was responsible for Vanderbilt’s first two offensive touchdowns of the season in the first half after subbing in for true freshman Wade Freebeck. Robinette finished with 182 yards of total offense and most importantly, didn’t turn it over.

Vanderbilt blocked a punt for a touchdown and recovered a fumble for the score to pull off the win as a 17.5-point home favorite.

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