Derek Mason had a disappointing start to the season as Vanderbilt fell 30-6 against Georgia on Saturday.

Georgia fans took over Vanderbilt Stadium, something Mason acknowledged, but said he didn’t notice the seemingly 70-30 or worse crowd disparity.

Vanderbilt quarterback Riley Neal was 14-for-25 for 85 yards, and Deuce Wallace was 2-for-6 for 24 yards. In his post-game comments, Mason said Neal was solid, but the offense overall didn’t function well in the second half.

The Commodores return to action next week against Purdue.

Here’s what he told reporters after the game: