OFFENSIVE STAR OF THE GAME
The Commodore Offensive Line #74 Reilly Lauer, #73 Ryan Custer, #60 Bradley Vierling, #71 Joey Bailey, #76 Thomas Welch.
DEFENSIVE STAR OF THE GAME
#2 Ryan "Rock" Hamilton
Vanderbilt was already facing a ten point Rebel lead when the Commodore offense put the Dores in a bad spot with another fumble which was picked up by Ole Miss. In years past this might have been a good time to head to your car I you were a Commodore fan. But not tonight, tonight belonged to #2. Ryan Hamilton went out on the field and decided to put the Commodores back in the game by picking off Ole Miss Quarterback Jevan Snead and taking it 79 yards to the house for a touchdown. This would mark the start of one of the best individual efforts in Commodore history. Hamilton would go on to record not one but three interceptions on the night including a game ending interception to put the Rebels comeback hopes away for good. Ryan also recovered a big fumble to keep the Rebels out of the end zone at the time and probably wound up being the reason VU was able to come away with a victory. Ryan was also nominated by ESPN with a "helmet sticker" and a nominee for the game changing performance.
Congrats on being 4-0 and keep up the good work.
Auburn you're next.