So, we added an extra little bit in this week. With Kamryn Pettway only needing 67 yards until he reaches 1000 yards for the season, I asked the staff to also predict when he will cross that threshold.
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I'm sticking with 32-13, Auburn. I think their defense is pretty salty and will keep this one from being Arkansas-level ugly. However, Auburn's front seven might get in the end zone once against their offense so I might be wrong.
Pettway will get his 67 yards by the five-minute mark in the second quarter. I bet Johnson gets a lot of touches this week as he continues to get healthier. I really want him to throw a pass out of wildcat just to make defenses honest.
I always thought Mason was a good hire for Vanderbilt even if he didn't have a SEC background because he could make them very good on one side of the ball. He's done that with this defense. Though the schedule isn't exactly filled with great offenses, they've managed to be in the top half of the SEC in yards per game allowed. And their strength is their front seven. However, the per-play numbers don't help them much, as they drop to 11th (behind Mississippi State). Auburn needs to avoid mistakes and play with confidence. The defense should hold Vandy under 17, and that should be plenty.
White will have a big day as Vandy stacks the box. But they won't be able to cover Davis (pick a Davis, any Davis). Pettway breaks 1000 on the second drive.