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SEC football week 11 honors

1927 days ago
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Kyle Allen, QB, Texas A&M

• In true freshman Kyle Allen's first SEC start (he started the non-conference home game against Louisiana Monroe last week), he completed 19-of-29 passes for 277 yards and four touchdowns against one interception in leading the Aggies' to a 41-38 upset victory over #3-ranked Auburn on the road.
• The four touchdown passes ties a Texas A&M freshman record.
• He also rushed the ball twice for a net minus one and was only sacked once.

Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama

• Second on the team with a career-high 13 tackles.
• Also had a tackle for loss (-3 yards).
• Defense limited LSU to 259 yards in four quarters plus overtime (183 rush, 76 pass).
• From time LSU recovered fumble at Alabama six-yard line late in fourth quarter through game-winning TD in overtime, Tide defense held Tigers to negative 16 yards on eight total plays.
• UA defense now ranks third nationally in rushing defense, second in scoring defense and fourth in the country in total defense.

Isaiah McKenzie, KR/PR, Georgia

• McKenzie became only the second player in the NCAA FBS this year and only the 12th in NCAA FBS history to return both a punt and a kickoff for touchdowns in the same game, giving him three special teams scores this year.
• He took the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown, which is the longest KOR for a touchdown since Todd Gurley went 100 yards against Clemson this year and second longest for the Bulldogs in Lexington after Brandon Boykin went 100 yards in 2010.
• McKenzie then took a punt back 59 yards in the third quarter for a touchdown, which gives Georgia a KOR and a punt return for touchdowns in the same game for the first time since 2006 (different players that game).

Treon Harris, QB, Florida

• Threw for a career-high 215 yards.
• Rushed for a career-high 49 yards and two touchdowns.
• Completed 13 of 21 passes, six for first downs, including a 48-yarder and a 60-yarder.

Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
• Chubb had his fourth consecutive 100-yard rushing game thanks to 170 yards, including a career long 55 yarder, on just 13 carries (13.1 avg.) and a touchdown during Georgia's 63-31 win at Kentucky.
• He finished the opening half with 116 yards and a score on seven carries (16.6 avg.) and ended up only playing three quarters total.
• During Gurley's absence, Chubb has started the last four games at tailback and has 671 yards on 102 carries (6.6 yds/carry) and five rushing touchdowns.
• Chubb has been a key component of the Bulldogs going for more than 300 yards rushing for the third time this season.

Arie Koaundjio, OG, Alabama

• Top grade on offensive line at 92 percent.
• 3 Knockdowns, no hurries, no penalties, no sacks, and no pressures allowed.
• Offense drove 55 yards for field goal to tie game with just three seconds remaining.
• Offense scored a touchdown on first possession in overtime that led to eventual 20-13 win.
• Alabama now ranks 3rd SEC/19th FBS in total offense (487.3 ypg).

Lorenzo Carter, DL, Georgia

• Carter got his first career start and responded with a career-high nine tackles, including 2.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss.
• Carter and the rest of the starting defense played only three quarters and allowed 24 points and just 285 yards.