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SEC football week 10 honors

1717 days ago
SEC Staff
Photo: BC Romano | SEC

Josh Dobbs, QB, Tennessee

Dobbs completed 23 of 40 passes for 301 yards and two touchdowns while rushing 24 times for 166 yards and three touchdowns in Tennessee's 45-42, overtime win at South Carolina. Among the notables from Dobbs' performance:
• His 166 rushing yards set the Tennessee single-game record for rushing yards by a quarterback.
• Became the first quarterback in UT history to pass for 300 yards AND rush for 100 yards in a single game.
• His 467 yards of total offense was the fourth-most in a game in school history.
• Dobbs' three rushing touchdowns were the most for a UT quarterback since Tee Martin in 1999.
• Led Tennessee from a 14-point, fourth-quarter deficit to an overtime win. The comeback began with 4:52 left in the clock, the latest in a game the Vols have ever overcome a deficit as large as 14 points.
• Posted the first 300-yard passing game for UT since November 2012.

Kris Frost, LB, Auburn

• Nine tackles, 0.5 sacks (minus 4), 0.5 tackles for loss (minus 4), while forcing a fumble and recovering a fumble.
• Fumble recovery and forced fumble both came inside the Auburn 5-yard line, both on Ole Miss fourth quarter drives that helped secure the victory.
• Forced fumble came inside the 1-yard line on what appeared initially was ruled an Ole Miss go-ahead touchdown with 1:30 remaining in the game until overturned on replay.
• Nine stops were second-most of career behind 14 tackle performance in previous game against S. Carolina. Has team-best 23 tackles in last two games.

Mike McNeely, H, Florida

• Scored Florida's first TD of the game with a 21-yard carry on a fake field goal to swing momentum in Florida's favor and help Gators to victory over Georgia Bulldogs.
• Helped execute Florida's first successful fake field goal since Sept. 8, 2012 at Texas A&M.

Johnny McCrary, QB, Vanderbilt

• In just his second career start, McCrary matched a school record by throwing for five touchdown passes in Vanderbilt's 42-28 victory over Old Dominion last Saturday.
• McCrary completed 20-of-29 passes for 281 yards in the victory, connecting for scores with five different receivers. McCrary's five touchdown passes matches a team record set previously by Commodore standouts Jay Cutler (vs. Kentucky, 2005) and Bill Wade (vs. Auburn, 1950).
• McCrary guided the Commodore offense to season highs with 42 points, 33 first downs and 524 total yards in the win over Old Dominion.

Max Garcia, OL, Florida

• Graded out by UF coaches at 96% assignment, 90% technique and 92% effort across 66 plays vs. Georgia
• Led an offensive line that tallied 445 total offensive yards and 19 first downs; 418 yards rushing is second best in Florida history vs. an SEC foe and fifth overall; most rushing yards in a game dating back to 1965; record total rushing yards in a game under Muschamp (previous: 405 vs. Kentucky, Sept. 24, 2011)
• 418 yards rushing is second most-ever allowed by UGA
• Recorded five knock-downs

Shane Ray, DE, Missouri

• Continued to wreak havoc on opposing offenses, with another 2-sack game as the Tiger defense stifled a potent Kentucky offense on the way to a 20-10 Tiger victory Saturday. Ray finished the game with 2.0 QB sacks and had 5 tackles in all, while adding a pass break up on the day. Both of Ray's sacks Saturday were essentially like turnovers, as they both came on 4th-down snaps to give the Tigers the ball back each time.
• The pair of sacks (his 5th 2-sack game of the season) upped his season total to 12.0, and that breaks the MU single-season sacks record of 11.5, co-held previously by star ends Aldon Smith (2009) and Michael Sam (2013). Ray leads the SEC and ranks 4th nationally with his 12.0 sacks, and also leads the league, while ranking 3rd nationally, in TFLs (16.0).
• His final sack of Saturday, which broke the MU season record, came on 4th-and-8 for Kentucky from the MU 49-yardline with :35 seconds left in the game. His first one was also on a 4th-and-8 from the MU 32-yardline.