This may be something worth keeping an eye on for next Saturday.
Fortunately for Vanderbilt, its most consistent offensive weapon should suit up against Georgia this weekend.
Junior running back Ralph Webb is expected to play after suffering an apparent ankle injury a loss to Kentucky last weekend, Commodores coach Derek Mason said Wednesday during the SEC coaches teleconference.
Georgia fans can tell you something about nagging apparent ankle injuries, Vandy. There’s a big difference between suiting up and being your old self.
To say that Webb is the linchpin of Vanderbilt’s offense may be an understatement. So far this season, he’s generated 682 yards rushing and scored five touchdowns on the ground. Both put him among the top running backs in the conference. The rest of the team combined has less than 200 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns.