Vanderbilt Suffers Another Loss at Defensive End

Posted by Rick Gillispie on August-28-2009 Add Comments

The Vanderbilt defense suffered another setback when likely starter Theron Kadri decided to leave school for personal reasons.

Kadri, a 6'4", 250 pound defensive end from Brighton, Tennessee, had 19 tackles in 11 games last season.

This leaves the Commodores very thin at the position, as original starter Steven Stone broke his right foot and is out for six weeks.

With the injury to Stone, Kadri was going to see a larger role on game day. Kadri was a key part of a rotation that included Tim Fugger, Teriall Brannon, and Johnell Thomas.

It is not known if Kadri will transfer to a new school to play football yet.

"Coach Johnson said that when one door shuts, it means another one opens," ...

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