Vanderbilt Runs Wild over Western Carolina

Posted by Rick Gillispie on September-8-2009 Add Comments

The Vanderbilt Commodores opened their 2009 season with a dominating performance against Western Carolina of the FCS league.

The Commodores racked up 620 yards of total offense led by the 433 yards gained on the ground.

The commodores' defense held Western to 115 total yards and also had one interception by Eric Samuels, which was returned for 19 yards.

Western Carolina had four turnovers for the game.

Larry Smith did a great job of moving the Commodores up and down the field. Smith was 10-of-18 for 153 yards and one touchdown. Smith also ran for 66 yards on 11 carries.

The running game for the Commodores was led by a pair of freshmen running backs. Zac Stacey had 133 yards on 20 carries and one touchd...

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