Florida football visits Vanderbilt on Saturday in Nashville. Here is your first look at Vanderbilt.
Vanderbilt Season So Far
Vanderbilt Injuries and Suspensions
[LB] 09/23/2020 – Elijah McAllister is out indefinitely (Undisclosed)
[LB] 09/23/2020 – Feleti Afemui is out for season (Personal)
[OL] 09/04/2020 – Bryce Bailey is out for season (Personal)
[OL] 09/04/2020 – Cole Clemens is out for season (Personal)
[OL] 09/04/2020 – Jonathan Stewart is out for season (Personal)
[S] 11/07/2020 – Donovan Kaufman is out for season (Medical)
[QB] 11/02/2020 – Danny Clark is out for season (Personal)
[K] 10/01/2020 – Oren Milstein is out for season (Personal)
[RB] 11/15/2020 – Ja’Veon Marlow missed last 4 games, is probable Saturday vs Florida (Suspension Served)
[RB] 11/15/2020 – Keyon Brooks is “?” Saturday vs Florida (Ribs)
[RB] 11/15/2020 – Jamauri Wakefield is “?” Saturday vs Florida (Undisclosed)
Challenges for Florida
Florida coasted to a victory over Arkansas last weekend in a game that saw the Gators pile up over 60 points. Now they hit the road to face the worst team in the conference. Vanderbilt is winless in the SEC at 0-6 but, interestingly, in the all of the Commodores’ road games Vandy came within a touchdown of defeating or taking their opponents to overtime. By contrast, Vandy has been absolutely dominated in its three home games by a combined score of 136-35. One of Vanderbilt’s problems has been youth. They have true freshman quarterback in Ken Seals who has started every game this season. He’s looked very good at times but he’s still getting accustomed to the speed of the college game. I think this is a game Florida will win handily but if the Gators enter the game sleepwalking the score might be closer than expected.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 11:00 AM CT (12:00 PM ET). You can watch this Florida football game on the ESPN Network.