History is set to be made on Saturday.
Vanderbilt women’s soccer player Sarah Fuller will be dressing as a kicker for the Commodore football team. In doing so, and should she take the field on Saturday, she’ll become the first female to ever partake in an SEC football game. This historic moment was captured in an article written on VUCommodores.com, which can be found in the tweet below this paragraph:
"...should she put that helmet on Saturday and actually get to step onto the field, history will be made. No female has ever played in a Power 5 regular season game before..."— Southeastern Conference (@SEC) November 27, 2020
| A First for Fuller (@SarahFuller_27) ... and for Allhttps://t.co/qtJv87Xfki
Fuller is a goalkeeper for the Commodore soccer team who had been tabbed to possibly play due to COVID-19 issues for the football team. The circumstances might be rather unfortunate, but seeing such a thing happen is pretty awesome nonetheless.
Vanderbilt is set to face off with Mizzou at 11 a.m. local time on Saturday in Columbia. The game will be aired on the SEC Network. Should you want to watch the game online, you can find it on WatchESPN.