Vanderbilt's Mason dismisses Brian Kelly's cut blocking comments
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Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason doesn't appreciate Notre Dame boss Brian Kelly calling out his players.

Following a 22-17 victory for the Fighting Irish Saturday, Kelly called out Mason and his team for "malicious" cut blocks, which, though legal, he called "bad football."

Mason brushed off Kelly's comments Wednesday.

"Brian Kelly can take his comments and keep it moving," Mason said during the SEC coaches' teleconference, according to ESPN's Adam Rittenberg. "If he has something personal with me, he can come see me."

Notre Dame sends in video clips to the ACC every week to better understand the reasoning behind certain calls officials make during games.

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Vanderbilt's Mason dismisses Brian Kelly's cut blocking comments
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