2006 biggest Vanderbilt sports stories

2006 was a exciting year for Vanderbilt sports. We saw a huge upset of Georgia in football. The long losing streak at Kentucky ended for the men's hoops team. Jay Cutler was drafted by the Denver Broncos. Vanderbilt baseball made all Americans proud. On a sadder note, Pauls Eells, a former longtime Vandy radio play-by-play man, was killed in a car accident in Arkansas.

FOOTBALL: Vanderbilt gets road win over nationally ranked Bulldogs STORY LINK

ALUMNI: Jay Cutler drafted by Broncos STORY LINK

MEN'S HOOPS: Vandy stiffles Kentucky, 57-52; STREAK ENDS! STORY LINK

FOOTBALL: Michigan tops Vanderbilt, 27-7 STORY LINK

MEDIA: Paul Eells dies in auto accident STORY LINK

MEN'S HOOPS: Trainer's quick action saved Nwankwo's life STORY LINK

MEN'S HOOPS: Shocker! Vandy tops Georgia Tech, 73-64 STORY LINK

WOMEN'S HOOPS: UNC ends Vandy's season, 89-70 STORY LINK

FOOTBALL: Ole Miss shocks sloppy Vandy, 17-10 STORY LINK

BASEBALL: Price, Alvarez dominate for USA STORY LINK

BASEBALL: Vanderbilt falls to Ole Miss in SEC Championship game, 9-3 STORY LINK

The above photo was seen in newspapers throughout the U.S. on the day following Vanderbilt's shocking 24-22 upset of Georgia. (AP Photo/Todd Bennett)

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