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Vanderbilt Fires Head Coach Derek Mason

Vanderbilt has fired head football coach Derek Mason according to Brett McMurphy.

Mason and the Commodores did not register a win this season and were 0-8 after losing to Missouri on Saturday. The Commodores made history, as Sarah Fuller became the first woman to play in a power five college football game when she kicked off to start the second half.

Over his time at Vanderbilt, Mason was 27-54. He made two bowl games, one in 2016 and another in 2018, but the team lost both games. Mason did not register a wining season in his seven years with the school.

Offensive Coordinator Todd Fitch will serve as the interim coach for the team’s last game against Georgia.


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