Tennessee football meets Vanderbilt on Saturday in Nashville. Here is your first look at Vanderbilt.
Vanderbilt Season So Far
Vanderbilt Injuries and Suspensions
[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)
[LB] 09/23/2020 – Elijah McAllister is out indefinitely (Undisclosed)
[LB] 09/23/2020 – Feleti Afemui is out for season (Personal)
[K] 10/01/2020 – Oren Milstein 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)
Challenges for Tennessee
Vanderbilt so far this season hasn’t presented much of a challenge for any opponent. They did give Texas A&M (17-12), Kentucky (38-35), and Mississippi State (24-17) decent fights so you can’t totally disregard this team. The Commodores have a sharp young quarterback in true freshman Ken Seals. Seals got off to a slow start but over the past six games Seals has completed 68% of his passes for 1,426 yards (237.7 ypg). To win the Vols must get some decent pressure on Seals. One thing that isn’t noted in the injuries and suspensions list above is that Vanderbilt’s fine defensive end Dayo Odeyingbo (8 sacks) is nowhere to be found in Vandy’s depth chart for this game.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 3:00 PM CT (4:00 PM ET). You can watch this Tennessee football game on the SEC Network.