Vanderbilt's long three-point streak comes to an end with awful performance vs. Tennessee
The Vanderbilt Commodores entered Saturday’s home game against rival Tennessee having made at least one three-point shot in each of their last 1,080 games.
However, that streak ended in a 66-45 loss to the Vols, but it wasn’t for a lack of trying on Vandy’s part.
The Commodores jacked up 25 shots from long range, but not a single one found the bottom of the net in the loss.
(Note: The tweets below say the streak was at 1,081 games, but it was at 1,080.)
FINAL: Tennessee snaps Vanderbilt's consecutive game streak of made 3-pointers with a 66-45 win.
Commodores had made a 3-pointer in 1,081 consecutive games.
— Rocky Top Insider (@rockytopinsider) January 19, 2020
Vanderbilt's 1,081-game streak of making a three-pointer has come to an end.
The Commodores go 0-FOR-25 FROM THREE against Tennessee.
That's historically bad.
— Nathanael Rutherford (@Mr_Rutherford) January 19, 2020
Dating back to last season, Vanderbilt is now 0-22 in its last 22 SEC games, too. That’s a mark the Commodores will also want to see come to an end.
However, to win an SEC game this year, they’ll need to start a new three-point streak.