Texas A&M First Look: Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt first look

Texas A&M hosts Vanderbilt on Saturday in College Station. Here is your first look at Vanderbilt.

Vanderbilt Season So Far

This will be the Commodores first game of the 2020 season. Vandy finished the 2019 season with a 3-9 (1-7 SEC) record.

Sept. 26Vanderbilt12Texas A&M17
Oct. 3LSU41Vanderbilt7
Oct. 10South Carolina41Vanderbilt7
Oct. 17$ VanderbiltMissouri
Oct. 31Ole MissVanderbilt
Nov. 7VanderbiltMississippi State
Nov. 14VanderbiltKentucky
Nov. 21FloridaVanderbilt
Nov. 28TennesseeVanderbilt
Dec. 5VanderbiltGeorgia
Dec. 12VanderbiltMissouri
$ Game postponed
& Game rescheduled

Vanderbilt Injuries and Suspensions

Date Pos Player Injury Status
09/04/20 OL Bryce Bailey Personal is out for season
09/04/20 OL Cole Clemens Personal is out for season
09/04/20 OL Jonathan Stewart Personal is out for season

Source: Donbest.com

Challenges for Texas A&M

The Aggies get a fairly easy opening game at home against Vanderbilt. It’s a game the Aggies should win if they show up prepared and mentally ready. The Commodores struggled in 2020 but are expected to be much improved defensively with a good number of starters back including senior defensive end Dayo Odeyingbo who has 18 1/2 career tackles for losses. A&M cannot afford to overlook Vanderbilt. Commodore head coach Derek Mason is on the hot seat. Following the 2019 season Mason brought in new coordinators on both sides of the ball. Vandy will be very young on offense but defensively the Commodores have some veterans to lean on.

Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:30 PM CT (7:30 PM ET). Watch on the SEC Alternate Network.

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