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Vanderbilt will be without a trio of Commodores for the rest of the season because of injuries.
- Vandy won't announce QB before Georgia game
- Vanderbilt to begin alcohol sales at home games
- Ex-Vandy player's sentence upheld in appeal
- Vanderbilt, SMU to open 3-game series in 2024
Elijah Sindelar passed for 509 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another TD in Purdue's 42-24 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday. Purdue speedy sophomore Rondale Moore caught 13 passes for 220 yards, both career highs.
Jake Fromm threw for 156 yards and a touchdown, and third-ranked Georgia opened the season Saturday night routing Vanderbilt 30-6.
The Tigers-Ducks matchup has big implications for both programs (and we're not even talking about the playoff). It's one of several intriguing games during Week 1.
Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason says he won't publicly announce his starting quarterback before the Commodores' Aug. 31 season opener with No. 3 Georgia.
Clemson leads the way with four picks, followed by Alabama with three and LSU and Georgia with two each.
Vanderbilt announced plans to sell alcohol at home football games this season.
Half the fun of a player rankings list is the debate. So, who is ranked too high, who's too low and which unranked player should have made it?
A Tennessee appeals court has upheld most of the convictions against a former Vanderbilt football player in the rape of an unconscious female student.