OFFENSE: Jordan Matthews
Matthews, a sophomore wide receiver from Huntsville, Ala., caught six passes for 151 yards. His 21-yard scoring reception in the first quarter gave Vanderbilt an early 7-0 lead.
DEFENSE: Casey Hayward
Hayward, a senior cornerback from Perry, Ga., finished the game with four tackles and broke up an impressive five passes.
UNSUNG HERO AWARD: Kyle Fischer
Fischer, a senior offensive tackle from Columbia, S.C., was a key factor in Vanderbilt piling up over 200 yards rushing on the No. 8 team in the nation.
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