Wesley Tate, running back
Tate, a junior from Hendersonville, Tenn., rushed for 66 yards on 20 carries and had one reception. Tate averaged an impressive 6.6 yards per carry against a tough Gator defense and had the longest rushing gain of the game for Vandy (20 yards)
Karl Butler, linebacker
Butler, a junior from New Orleans, La., had five tackles in the game. He also made Vanderbilt's only sack of the game when he tackled Gator quarterback Jeff Driskel for a 4-yard loss in the first quarter.
Steven Scheu, tight end
Scheu, a redshirt freshman from Evansville, Ind., caught three passes during the game for 21 yards.
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