For any Bulldogs fans wondering if Vanderbilt middle linebacker Chris Marve was going to play or not, he will be ready to go on Saturday 10 days after going through arthroscopic knee surgery. Marve is one of the best linebackers in the conference and is second the SEC in tackles. He practiced Wednesday and Thursday.
Another Vanderbilt player trying to make his return when the Commodores take on Georgia will be defensive tackle Adam Smotherman who was injured on the last day of spring practice. He went through a full week of practice for the first time this season so he should see some playing time.
Another quick note on Vandy has to do with a former Georgia high school standout Jonathan Krause. The former South Gwinnett star has eight receptions for 112 yards which places him third on the team and on pace to have the best year for a true freshmen wide receiver at Vandy since Earl Bennett.
They may have a losing record, but the talent is there so the Bulldogs have to be ready for a fight because Vanderbilt is going to come ready and they are going to make some plays.