Despite their special uniforms, the Commodores performance on Saturday against Texas A&M in Nashville was anything but special.
Vanderbilt’s offense failed to put a single point on the board, and Texas A&M asserted themselves early on. However, a couple of the Commodores put on impressive performances. Running back Ralph Webb passed the 1,000-yard career mark for the season, and inside linebacker Zach Cunningham had a team-high of 14 tackles, including three tackles for loss.
Here are two things to know:
- Sophomore Ralph Webb is the fifth 1,000-yard rusher in school history. He also has the most rushing yards of any Vanderbilt player through the first two seasons of his career with 1,910.
- According to the Tennessean’s David Ammenheuser, Vanderbilt lost to Texas A&M long before the final whistle, 27 seconds into the game to be precise. The 95-yard touchdown pass from Texas A&M QB Kyle Allen shut down Vanderbilt’s chances of ever winning the game.