Rambo, who took over when the Bears lost Griffin Piatt to injury retirement and Damariay Drew in spring ball due to a torn ACL, went down late in the first half against Arizona State. Rambo had 10 tackles, one interception and one breakup this season.
"Rambo's done for the year," Dykes said. "He's got an ACL injury. [Defensive tackle Luc] Bequette (knee), we're kind of getting him all figured out. Khalfani [Muhammad] should play and [Darius] Allensworth should play."
"The biggest thing he brings to it is that when he was a corner, he was a big corner, so that's a good transition, from a body standpoint," safeties coach Greg Burns said last week. "Now, you've got a big corner playing safety, which means, now, we have an athletic safety. For all the things that we need to do, he's picking it up, and I'm excited about him getting a chance to get some reps. There's always been confidence. It's just, how much does a three get a rep? Now, he's obviously a two, so now, he's getting more reps, so he's improving and doing things that he knew he knew he could do, and I knew he could do, but the reps didn't give him a chance to do it."
"He's a big guy," Vanderbilt said. "Utah had big guys just like him, and we were able to hold them down. We're planning on being just as physical with him as with any receiver."