Here’s a couple of quick thoughts on Vanderbilt’s come-from-behind 34-31 win over UMass:

What it means: Bottom line, the Commodores got it done despite a lackluster performance as a 17.5-point favorite. Trailing 31-20 entering the fourth quarter, Vanderbilt’s Stephen Weatherly scored a defensive touchdown on a fumble return and took the lead with 1:08 remaining on Ralph Webb’s 4-yard burst.

What I liked: Patton Robinette’s emergence as ‘The Guy’ in Vanderbilt’s struggling quarterback group, Webb’s business-like 116 yards rushing and the Commodores’ touchdown-producing defense. Robinette led his team on two first-half touchdown drives after entering the game following true freshman Wade Freebeck’s sub-par outing and ignited the Vanderbilt offense.

What I didn’t like: Special teams. Several big plays on both sides thanks to faulty coverage and missed assignments. UMass faked a punt for a score and had a 75-yard kickoff return that led to a field goal.

Key Play: Lining up for the game-tying field goal in the waning seconds to send the game into overtime, UMass kicker Blake Lucas shanked a chip shot inside the 15-yard line.

What’s next: Vanderbilt hosts South Carolina next week at 7:30 p.m. ET on SEC Network.