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    SEC Football Players Of The Week

    SEC FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK (Games of Nov. 13)

    SEC Co-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    (Watch South Carolina Highlights)
    MARCUS LATTIMORE
    Running Back
    SOUTH CAROLINA
    6-0 • 218 • Fr. • Duncan, S.C.


    •  Lattimore carried a school-record 40 times for 212 yards (8th highest in school history) and three TDs in South Carolina’s 36-14 win at Florida to win the SEC Eastern Division title.   He also caught two passes for 31 yards.

    •  On the season, he established a school freshman record for rushing yards in a season (964). His three TD’s gives him 16 on the season, breaking the school’s freshman record of 13 and tying for the school’s overall single season mark.

    CAM NEWTON (Watch Auburn Highlights)
    Quarterback
    AUBURN
    6-6 • 250 • Jr. • College Park, Ga.

    • Newton rushed for 151 yards and two TDs on 30 carries and completed 12-of-15 passees for 148 yards with two TDs and an interception in Auburn’s 49-31 win against Georgia.

    • Passing totals during game made him the first player in SEC history to pass for 2,000 yards and rush for 1,000 in a single season.

    SEC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    (Watch Alabama Highlights)
    ROBERT LESTER
    Safety
    ALABAMA
    6-2 • 206 • So. • Foley, Ala.


    •  Lester had two interceptions to go along with four total tackles in Alabama’s 30-10 win against Mississippi State.

    • His first interception ended State’s first possession at the Alabama 6-yard line. 

    • Alabama’s defense held the Bulldogs to 299 total offensive yards (149 rushing, 150 passing).

    • As a team, Alabama is tied for the NCAA lead with 17 interceptions while Lester is tied for the NCAA lead with seven interceptions this season.

    • Alabama leads SEC and is fourth nationally in scoring defense (13.4 ppg) and also first in the SEC and sixth in the NCAA in pass efficiency defense (100.41).

    SEC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    (Watch South Carolina Highlights)
    SPENCER LANNING
    Punter / Kicker
    SOUTH CAROLINA
    5-11 • 192 • Sr. • Rock Hill, S.C.


    • After missing an early extra point, Lanning was a perfect 3-for-3 on field goal attempts, hitting from 49, 47 and 41 yards out, all in the first half, in South Carolina’s 36-14 win at Florida.

    • He also punted six times for a 43.7 yard average with a long of 49 yards. 

    • Lanning’s first field goal was a 49-yarder that put the Gamecocks on the scoreboard in the first quarter.  His second two field goals were in the second quarter and gave Carolina a 15-7 halftime lead.

    • The average starting field position for Florida’s six drives started by Lanning’s punts was the 20-yard line.

    SEC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK
    (Watch Auburn Highlights)
    MIKE BERRY
    Guard
    AUBURN
    6-3 • 316 • Sr. • Antioch, Tenn.


    • Berry graded out at 95 percent, which led all Auburn linemen, in the Tigers’ 49-31 win against Georgia.

    • He did not allow a sack or a pressure while playing in all 73 offensive plays.

    • Berry pulled and was lead blocker on Cam Newton 31-yard TD on AU’s first possession of the game.

    • The 315 yard rushing performance was a school-record sixth consecutive SEC game in which Auburn has rushed for 300 yards.

    SEC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK
    (Watch Kentucky Highlights)
    DeQUIN EVANS
    End
    KENTUCKY
    6-3 • 256 • Sr. • Long Beach, Calif.


    • Evans otaled three tackles against Vanderbilt, all for losses, in the Wildcats’ 38-20 win against Vanderbilt.

    • He assisted on a TFL from the UK one-yard line which helped force a field-goal attempt.

    • Evans ombined on a quarterback sack early in the third quarter, forcing the punt that led to UK’s go-ahead touchdown.

    •  He also had a two-yard TFL that helped force a punt.

    SEC CO-FRESHMEN OF THE WEEK
    (Watch Tennessee Highlights)
    TYLER BRAY
    Quarterback
    TENNESSEE
    6-6 • 210 • Kingsburg, Calif.


    • Bray led all SEC quarterbacks for the second straight week with 323 passing yards as Tennessee defeated Ole Miss 52-14.

    • Bray completed 18-of-34 passes against Ole Miss with three TDs against no interceptions in his second consecutive start.

    MARCUS LATTIMORE
    (Watch South Carolina Highlights)
    Running Back
    SOUTH CAROLINA
    6-0 • 218 • Fr. • Duncan, S.C.


    •  Lattimore carried a school-record 40 times for 212 yards (8th highest in school history) and three TDs in South Carolina’s 36-14 win at Florida to win the SEC Eastern Division title.   He also caught two passes for 31 yards.

    OTHER OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES FROM WEEK 11

    WR/RS MARQUIS MAZE (Alabama) -- Accounted for 166 all-purpose yards, including 89 receiving on five catches with a 45-yard TD reception against Miss. State.

    QB RYAN MALLETT (Arkansas) -- Completed 19-of-26 passes for 215 yards with 5 TDs with no interceptions against UTEP.

    WR/RS ANDRE DEBOSE (Florida) -- Returned a kickoff 99 yards for a TD and had 172 all-purpose yards against South Carolina.

    WR A.J. GREEN (Georgia) -- Hauled in nine passes for 164 yards and two TDs against Auburn.

    WR/QB RANDALL COBB (Kentucky) -- Accounted for 286 yards, including 170 rushing yards and 2 TDs, against Vanderbilt.

    PK/P JOSH JASPER (LSU) -- Connected on three field goals and two punts inside the 20 on two attempts against Louisiana-Monroe.

    RB BRANDON BOLDEN (Ole Miss) -- Rushed for 113 yards on 12 carries and two TDs against Tennessee.

    RB VICK BALLARD (Miss. State) -- Rushed for 80 yards on 19 carries and had a 15-yard reception against Alabama.

    DB PRENTISS WAGGNER (Tennessee) -- Tallied six tackles (4 solos) with an interception returned 10 yards for a touchdown against Ole Miss.

    RB KENNARD REEVES (Vanderbilt) -- Rushed for 105 yards on 19 carries against Kentucky.