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George Walker IV, Associated Press
Vanderbilt head coach Kevin Stallings, right, argues a referee's call in the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Mississippi State, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012, in Nashville, Tenn.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Time is quickly running out for the Vanderbilt Commodores to figure out how to regain their home-court edge at Memorial Gym.

The Commodores are coming off their fourth loss in the Southeastern Conference's oldest basketball arena, a place where they traditionally find some magic with all the crowd noise bouncing off the cinderblock walls. They snapped an eight-game winning streak with a 78-77 overtime loss to then-No. 20 Mississippi State over the weekend.

Next up is Tennessee on Tuesday night with Vandy's instate rival coming off a big win over defending national champion Connecticut.

The Vols have swept Vanderbilt two of the past three seasons.

Vanderbilt senior Lance Goulbourne said Monday they can't wait to step back on the court and they can't lose any more home games.