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STARKVILLE, Miss. Gerald Everett Jersey . --- Following almost two-hour weather delay, the Commodores came out to defeat the Mississippi State bulldogs in double overtime. The victory was the Commodores first SEC victory of the season, and fifth straight over the Bulldogs.Hannon Eberts came through for the Dores in the 104th minute for the game-winning goal. Eberts goal came off a fantastic run and assist by redshirt-junior Danae OHalloran, who powered up the field from Bulldog territory to rip a cross straight to the Somers, NY native.Amid the clangs of MSU cowbells and intermitted rainstorms, the Bulldogs took the early lead in the fourth minute off a set piece. Taking a free kick just outside the 18-yard box, MSUs shot ricocheted down off the bottom of the VU crossbar and into the back of the net.The Commodores movement throughout the first half kept the Bulldogs on their heels. Danae OHalloran and Sydney ODonnell continuously served the ball into the box, but the Commodores unable to finishLate in the second half the Commodores began playing with confidence.Forced to play physically the entire matchup, freshman midfielder Nia Dorsey gained possession in Bulldog territory after a fantastic cut. The Elkridge, MD native dribbled some 55-yards into the MSU box and connected a beautiful cross to Lydia Simmons. Simmons put a fantastic finish on the ball to tie the matchup in the 42nd minute.With the competition tied, Vandy headed into the locker room with momentum on its side, and used the power defensively as MSU won balls at midfield and kept possession throughout the first five minutes of the final half.Following the on slot of Bulldog shots, a yellow card awarded to the Bulldogs, which changed the tide of possession for the next 15 minutes. Simmons served a strong free kick into the box, which was batted down the MSU keeper. Second later, the Dores were back at it again offensively as OHalloran served an identical ball with the same result.The Commodores had an additional chance to take the lead as Simmons crossed the ball, to Grace Jackson. The freshman from Atlanta was unable to finish, as her diving header was saved by MSU keeper, Tanya de Souza.As the clock expired, the Bulldogs had two close opportunities to take the lead and the game, but were unable to finish in front of goal.Heading into sudden death overtime both squads were evenly matched on paper, tied with 14 shots, seven saves and three corners. Like the two halves prior, both the Commodores and Bulldogs had a slew of offensive opportunities, but were unable to finish throughout the first overtime periodLike MSU in the first period, Vanderbilt was on the offensive attack to begin the final ten minutes of OT right out of the gate. In the 100th minute, Eberts sent a shot wide, with Scarpa generating a shot on goal minutes later.After sprinting into the box, Eberts was ready and positioned in front of the Bulldog goal as OHalloran served the ball into the box to seal the victory.Vanderbilt returns home next week, hosting the Texas A&M Aggies Thursday at 7:00 pm for social media night. LSU heads to town for a 1:00 pm Sunday matinee. The Commodores will be celebrating International Day, and were bringing back Vanderbrunch! Troy Hill Jersey . There was no hesitation from the 40th-ranked Pospisil, from Vernon, B.C., who admitted that he cut back on his training sessions over the last few days to conserve energy as the long ATP season finishes next week at the Paris Masters. Josh Reynolds Jersey . -- Stanfords Kevin Danser knelt on one knee and hardly moved on the sideline as Michigan State celebrated its Rose Bowl victory and his Cardinal teammates made their way to the locker room. http:///...samson-ebukam-jersey . To the surprise of many, it isnt the Wolverines but their in-state rivals the Michigan State Spartans. CHICAGO -- Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale was scratched from his start against the Detroit Tigers on Saturday night after he was involved in what the team said was a non-physical clubhouse incident.Sale, who was to attempt to become the majors first 15-game winner, was sent home from the park.FanRag Sports first reported the incident involved Sales protest of the throwback jerseys the team was scheduled to wear. Fox Sports reported Sale cut up the throwback jerseys during batting practice.The incident, which was non-physical in nature, currently is under further investigation by the club, general manager Rick Hahn said in a statement. The White Sox will have no additional comment until the investigation is completed.The White Sox marketing department described the night as the Throwback Game. It announced the team would wear collared, blue and white V-neck jerseys first worn during the 1976 season.The players instead wore more conventional, throwback white jerseys with no collar and no navy.Right-hander Matt Albers started in Sales place and the White Sox planned to use multiple relievers. The crowd booed when Albers was announced as the starter as the teams warmed up.With the White Sox fading from playoff contention, Sales name has been mentioned as a possible trade target for contending teams.The left-hander, 14-3 with a 3.18 ERA, has been outspoken in the past.Sale was openly critical oof team president Ken Williams during spring training when he said the son of teammate Adam LaRoche would no longer be allowed in the clubhouse. Deacon Jones Jersey. LaRoche retired as a result, and Sale hung LaRoches jersey in his locker.The 27-year-old Sale has said hed like to stay in Chicago. He was the 13th overall pick out of Florida Gulf Coast in 2010 and has been selected as an All-Star five times. He started for the American League in this months All-Star Game.Sale, who is 71-43 in his career, entered the day leading the majors with 133 innings pitched and three complete games.In his last outing Monday, Sale allowed one hit over eight shutout innings before closer David Robertson gave up four runs in the ninth in Chicagos loss to Seattle.The White Sox, who started 23-10, had dropped eight of nine games before Saturday and sat in fourth place in the AL Central, creating speculation that Sale and fellow lefty Jose Quintana could be dealt.Tigers GM Al Avila said before the game that many teams are looking for starting pitching.Yet there are not as many good starting pitchers available, Avila said. And the guys that may come available are going to come at a steep price.Hahn said Thursday the White Sox were mired in mediocrity and hinted at possible big roster changes. 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