Derek Mason 'fully expects' RB Ralph Webb to play against Georgia
Fortunately for Vanderbilt, its most consistent offensive weapon should suit up against Georgia this weekend.
Junior running back Ralph Webb is expected to play after suffering an apparent ankle injury a loss to Kentucky last weekend, Commodores coach Derek Mason said Wednesday during the SEC coaches teleconference.
"We fully expect him to play for us on Saturday." — @VandyFootball coach Derek Mason on RB Ralph Webb, who's rehabbing an injury
— John Crist (@SaturdayJC) October 12, 2016
Webb has been one of the better SEC running backs this season, averaging 113.7 yards per game in a mostly stagnant Vanderbilt offense. He’s second in the conference with 682 rushing yards to go along with five rushing touchdowns, tied for second-most among SEC running backs.
We’ll see if Webb is at 100 percent when the Commodores (2-4, 0-3) travel to face the Bulldogs (4-2, 2-2) at 12 p.m. ET Saturday on the SEC Network.