In the first 10 games of the season, Vanderbilt forced four interceptions.
The Commodores intercepted Tennessee three times on Saturday night in a 41-18 win over the Volunteers.
“The defense played unbelievable,” Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rodgers said. “As an offense, that’s huge. Any time the defense can make plays like that and change the momentum of the game, it’s demoralizing for their offense and it’s huge for our offense.”
Tennessee junior quarterback Tyler Bray threw two of the interceptions, with reserve quarterback Justin Worley responsible for another after replacing Bray for a stint in the second quarter.
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