NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A bowl berth in football, the first Southeastern Conference men's basketball tournament title in 61 years and the league cross-country championship are just some of the accomplishments for the Vanderbilt Commodores this season.
To the man in charge of athletics at the SEC's only private university, the lengthy list of accomplishments is very nice.
But Vice Chancellor David Williams said Wednesday no one at Vanderbilt wants to get too relaxed or complacent.
Vanderbilt might be making some of its biggest moves in the offseason. New artificial turf is being laid at the football stadium along with new lighting and a JumboTron with the open end zone turned into a new grassy berm for fans.
And that's just some of the changes under way at the SEC's smallest school.
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