- Vanderbilt defeats Alabama A&M with a score of 47-13
- AJ Swann struggled in passing, but Ken Seals performed well as backup
- Sedrick Alexander and Jayden McGowan have notable performances in rushing and receiving
Vanderbilt Commodores dominated in a 47-13 victory over Alabama A&M, proving that the game was not as bad as initially thought. In a slow start, Alabama A&M’s opening drive took nearly nine minutes but only resulted in a field goal and a low success rate for the Bulldogs. Vanderbilt took advantage of their margin for error against the FCS team, leading 12-3 at halftime. AJ Swann struggled with his passing game, completing just 50 percent of his passes, while Sedrick Alexander had a standout performance in the rushing department. Vanderbilt’s next challenge is on the road against Wake Forest.
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