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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | November 16, 2016

Vandy DL switched from offense to defense due to a rib-eating contest

  After switching positions, Adam Butler is a key cog on defense for the Commodores.

Vanderbilt defensive lineman Adam Butler is just a treat.

Butler, who was originally an offensive lineman for the Commodores, switched to the defensive side of the ball in the spring of 2013. Why? The answer will make you laugh:

Apparently, if Butler wasn’t willing to lose a rib-eating contest without a fight, he had the right attitude for the defensive side of the football. At the end of the day, sports are meant to be fun. This is a prime example.

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