Vanderbilt football hosts Florida on Saturday in Nashville. Here is your first look at Florida.
Florida Season So Far
Florida Injuries and Suspensions
[LB] 11/15/2020 – David Reese is “?” Saturday vs Vanderbilt (Shoulder)
[RB] 11/15/2020 – Iverson Clement is “?” Saturday vs Vanderbilt (Undisclosed)
[LB] 11/15/2020 – James Houston IV is “?” Saturday vs Vanderbilt (Undisclosed)
[DL] 11/15/2020 – Jaelin Humphries is “?” Saturday vs Vanderbilt (Undisclosed)
[LB] 11/15/2020 – Jeremiah Moon is “?” Saturday vs Vanderbilt (Foot)
[TE] 11/15/2020 – Kyle Pitts is OUT Saturday vs Vanderbilt (Nose)
Challenges for Vanderbilt
In Florida, Vanderbilt will be facing the most prolific offense in the east. The Gators average 45 points a game but allow 30 points per contest. Gator QB Kyle Trask is considered a Heisman Trophy candidate. Vandy won’t be able to shut down Florida but if they can slow things down a little while their offense continues its improvement, they might be able to keep the score close. The first challenge for this game is for the ‘Dores is to score a darn touchdown in the first quarter. They haven’t done that once in six first quarters this season. There are three games that Vandy might have won this season if it had scored at least a touchdown in the first quarter.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 11:00 AM CT (12:00 PM ET). You can watch this Vanderbilt football game on the ESPN Network.