Derek Mason announces trio of Vanderbilt players done for the season
Vanderbilt has an incredibly difficult challenge this weekend with undefeated LSU coming to Nashville but the task got harder this week as the Commodores will be taking the field without the services of three players.
Derek Mason announced on Tuesday that running back Jamauri Wakefield, linebacker Colin Anderson and wide receiver Amir Abdur-Rahman are all out for the season.
“Had a couple of injuries, right now, that are season-ending for a couple of our guys,” Mason said on Tuesday. “Jamauri Wakefield had a leg injury, he’s done for the year. Amir Abdur-Rahman is done for the year, tough injury for him and Colin Anderson had a knee injury, so, he’s done for the year.
“We got three guys on the roster right now, who are done for the year. This has been an injury-riddled season for us, the way it started up front and has worked its way to a couple of guys — that’s college football. Those guys are healing well, we hope to get those guys back next year, but right now, it’s full steam ahead.”
Wakefield has 475 rushing yards and two touchdowns in his career, Abdur-Rahman has only four catches for 108 yards while Anderson has four tackles as a Commodore.