Offense continues to click in Tuesday practice

Aug 13, 2013

Nashville, Tenn. -

The Vanderbilt offense continued to click on Tuesday controlling the tempo and moving the ball at will during team drills in the Commodores' two-hour practice.

Quarterbacks Austyn Carta-Samuels, Josh Grady and Patton Robinette were all sharp throwing the football, completing both short and long passes. All three quarterbacks connected with receivers for long touchdowns. Robinette found freshman Latevius Rayford streaking down the sideline for the first score. Grady's pass to Jordan Matthews over the middle ended in the end zone before Austyn Carta-Samuels' laser to Jonathan Krause ended the same way.

A Small Blaze
The Dores were not the only football team on the field Tuesday with youth football team the Brentwood Blaze making a visit at the end of practice. The Blaze made their presence known at the end of the day breaking the team down before meeting with players and coaches.

Open Practice
The Commodores return to the practice field tomorrow for the team's third two-a-day practice. The Dores' second practice of the day is open to the public. Gates at the team's practice facility will open at 5:15 p.m. with practicing beginning at approximately 5:35 p.m. Parking for the practice is free of charge in the Vanderbilt University Medical Center surface lots across Natchez Trace from the practice field and Vanderbilt Track and Field Complex. More of the new schedule posters that feature senior offensive and defensive players will be available to fans at the entrance gate off Natchez Trace.



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