VMI football is looking to get on track under third-year coach Scott Wachenheim. Samford will not make it easy.
The Samford defense has been an area of weakness, giving up 494.8 yards and 39.7 points per game, though the D looked great in the win over The Citadel, giving up just 346 yards in the win.
VMI (0-5) has struggled due to youth, largely, getting time from 27 first-year players, and notably the Keydets are still not settled at quarterback, with Austin Coulling, Duncan Hodges and Reece Udinski each getting snaps under center, and none standing out to date.
The Keydets are gaining just 209.8 yards and scoring 8.2 points per game, and have been shut out twice.
Game Preview by Chris Graham