Enjoy these game recap links, along with a few videos tossed in for good measure. My takeaways recap will be coming soonish. Relax - no game this week. We've got extra time to savor the W, what with the Chalice of Victory the Rebels bestowed upon us.
First up, Caldwell's postgame press conference video, courtesy of vucommodores.com:
More after the break.
Player postgame reactions:
I would like to point out Train Island's sentiments on the RCR GameThread:
Puts us to shame F-Bomb wise...
"He had tears in his eyes in the locker room," quarterback Larry Smith said. "That was huge for him and huge for us as well."
Players awarded Caldwell the game ball.
"I haven't slept well lately just from pure excitement," Caldwell said. "I've been running on about four or five hours of sleep. The adrenalin is going. I'm just so thankful to Vanderbilt for giving me an opportunity to do this. I want to repay the school in some form or fashion … like get us some 'W's.' "
Stacy suffered a hip stinger and had the wind knocked out of him late in the third quarter, though he returned later. That gave some additional snaps to backs Wesley Tate and Kennard Reeves, who were much more involved this week.
"I saw him starting to roll out and kind of looking at that stop," said Foster, who ran in front of a falling Markeith Summers, the intended receiver. "I didn't really think he would throw it, but I broke on it anyway, which I might get in trouble for later. But I broke on it and got there just in time."
SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week: Vanderbilt Freshman Wesley Johnson
"We are going to be enthusiastic about meeting UConn in two weeks," defensive tackle Rob Lohr said. "We are definitely going to be pumped up and ready to go."
Sonny Gray, Jason Esposito and Phillip Pfeifer all featured.