How to watch
When: Sat., Sept. 24
Time: 7:30 p.m. Eastern
TV: SEC Network
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What you need to know
Vanderbilt: Clark Lea has already surpassed last season’s win total with 3 victories on the year, but still comes in with a 21-game losing streak to SEC opponents. Commodores quarterback AJ Swann is a noted dual threat, while Mike Wright is an able rusher, too, 2nd on the team with 264 ground yards and 4 of the Dores’ 9 rushing scores for a unit that racks up 217 ypg and 5.8 ypc. Will Sheppard is Vanderbilt’s top target, catching 23 passes for 7 of the team’s 12 rec TDs.
Alabama: Traditionally loaded as ever, the Crimson Tide exposed some relative weaknesses in the Texas game, including a receiving corps that isn’t quite on point yet, plus an issue with penalties and on-field discipline. But the talent on the field is second to none: Bama’s defense is 8th nationally and hasn’t allowed a touchdown through the air. Tougher games lie ahead, including dates with Arkansas, A&M, and a suddenly rejuvenated Tennessee.
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