WKU wrapped up final preparations for their Thursday night season opener at Vanderbilt on Tuesday, a light workout on Feix Field, and for the Hilltoppers, game time cannot get here quick enough.
Head Coach Jeff Brohm, Brandon Doughty and Gavin Rocker were available to the media this morning to preview the Vanderbilt game, which kicks off at 7 p.m. from Nashville on Thursday.
Now just a week away, head coach Jeff Brohm and his Hilltoppers worked out in helmets and shorts on Thursday afternoon inside Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium for their opener against Vanderbilt.
One of the toughest aspects of scouting your opening opponent is figuring how what offensive schemes and wrinkles they have installed during the offseason, but for WKU’s opener at Vanderbilt, it is doubly so as the Commodores are led offensively this season by new offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig.
As WKU creeps closer and closer to a Sept. 3 kick-off in Nashville against SEC foe Vanderbilt, more and more focus is being put on the Commodores and the defensive schemes head coach and defensive coordinator Derek Mason hopes to employ.