Nothing seems to be going right for head coach Derek Mason and his Vanderbilt Commodores. After being ranked as the 121st best college football team by USA today, the Commodores have lost one of their best players for the season. Starting left tackle Andrew Jelks suffered a knee injury during 11- on-11 drills in Wednesdays practice. Jelks has 22 starts on the offensive line and...
The Vanderbilt Commodores have just lost one of their key contributors for the season as junior offensive tackle Andrew Jelks suffered a knee injury in Wednesday's practice. Jelks had been penciled in as the team's starting left tackle in Andy Ludwig's new offensive scheme. A former Freshman All-American in 2013, Jelks had started the previous 21 games for the Commodores at either...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason says left tackle Andrew Jelks will miss the season after hurting a knee at practice. Mason announced the injury Thursday. Jelks hurt his knee during a team drill at practice Wednesday when the Commodores worked indoors. The redshirt junior started 12 games last season at left tackle and 22 games over the past two seasons on the...
Via Associated Press
Vanderbilt’s Andrew Jelks On Franklin Move: “I’ve Never Seen A Coach Make A Tackle, Block, Or Catch A Pass”
All signs point to Vanderbilt head coach James Franklin leaving for Penn State after three years in Nashville. While this has Commodore fans very nervous, as Franklin helped Vanderbilt put together the program’s first back-to-back winning seasons since 1975-76, redshirt freshman offensive lineman Andrew Jelks doesn’t seem to be too worried: I’ve never seen a coach make a tackle...
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