Vanderbilt Commodores vs. Alabama A&M Bulldogs: Game Preview

Vanderbilt Commodores vs. Alabama A&M Bulldogs: Game Preview


The Vanderbilt Commodores (1-0) will face off against the Alabama A&M Bulldogs (0-0) in a college football matchup on Saturday, September 2, 2023. The game will take place at FirstBank Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, and will be broadcasted on SEC Network+ at 7:00 PM ET.

Vanderbilt has shown strength on both offense and defense, ranking 12th in scoring offense with an average of 35 points per game, and 25th in scoring defense, allowing an average of 28 points per game. Alabama A&M, on the other hand, had an average of 378 yards per game on offense last season, ranking 60th in the FCS, and surrendered an average of 381.5 yards per game on defense, ranking 64th.

To watch this game, tune in to SEC Network+ or stream it on Fubo and ESPN+. These platforms will provide all the college football action for the entire season.

Key statistics from the 2022 season show Alabama A&M’s offensive performance with an average of 378 yards per game, ranking 59th, while Vanderbilt averaged 347.3 yards per game, ranking 107th. On the defensive side, Alabama A&M surrendered an average of 381.5 yards per game, ranking 55th, while Vanderbilt allowed an average of 461.3 yards per game, ranking 114th.

Some standout players from last season include Xavier Lankford from Alabama A&M, who had 1,252 passing yards and six touchdowns, as well as contributions on the ground. Donovan Eaglin added six rushing touchdowns with an average of 73 rushing yards per game. Harold Jemison Jr. recorded four rushing touchdowns on 302 yards. On Vanderbilt’s side, AJ Swann threw for 258 yards and three touchdowns, while Patrick Smith contributed 30 rushing yards and one touchdown.

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– Data Skrive (2023). Vanderbilt Commodores vs. Alabama A&M Bulldogs Game Preview. Retrieved from [source article]

– FCS: Football Championship Subdivision, the lower division of Division I college football.
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