This year's Heisman race includes several star QBs, one B1G running back and a few surprises (no Trevor Lawrence?). Here's what each contender needs to take home the trophy.
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- Vandy loses 3 players for season with injuries
- Vandy won't announce QB before Georgia game
- Vanderbilt to begin alcohol sales at home games
- Ex-Vandy player's sentence upheld in appeal
Kenyon Olbad threw for 172 yards and a pair of touchdowns, Chad Magyar rushed for 116 yards and a touchdown and UNLV beat Vanderbilt 34-10 on Saturday.
Jerrion Ealy and Snoop Conner each had big touchdown runs in the third quarter to help Mississippi pull away from Vanderbilt for a 31-6 win on Saturday night.
Ke'Shawn Vaughn rushed for 138 yards and one touchdown, Riley Neal threw for 189 yards and a touchdown and Vanderbilt defeated Northern Illinois 24-18.
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Joe Burrow tossed four of his school-record six touchdown passes to Ja'Marr Chase and threw for 398 yards Saturday, leading No. 4 LSU to a 66-38 romp over Vanderbilt.
Vanderbilt will be without a trio of Commodores for the rest of the season because of injuries.
Elijah Sindelar passed for 509 yards and five touchdowns and ran for another TD in Purdue's 42-24 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday. Purdue speedy sophomore Rondale Moore caught 13 passes for 220 yards, both career highs.