There might not be a more underrated linebacker in the country than Vanderbilt’s Zach Cunningham.

In the 17-16 victory over Georgia in Athens, the redshirt junior accrued an eye-popping 19 tackles and 2.5 tackles-for-loss. His stop on a 4th-and-1 late in the game preserved the victory for the Commodores.

As such, Cunningham was named as the FWAA/Bronco Nagurski National Player of the Week for his efforts. His tackle total is the highest single-game mark for a Vanderbilt player dating back to 1999 — when Jamie Winborn notched 20 tackles.

Not only was Georgia’s vaunted rushing attack stymied with only 75 yards on the ground, but all-everything RB Nick Chubb was held to a paltry 40 yards on 16 carries.

On the year, Cunningham has 81 tackles in only seven games