Will Rogers, QB, Mississippi State
- Completed 44 of 55 passes for 415 yards and a school-record 6 touchdowns with no interceptions.
- Named the Walter Camp Football Foundation National Offensive Player of the Week.
- Led MSU to its largest comeback in school history over No. 17 Auburn (25 points) by helping MSU score 40 unanswered points.
- Completed passes to 10 different receivers.
- Broke the school record with a career-high six touchdown passes.
- Completed 44 passes, which ranks fifth in school history. (Holds each of the top five and eight of the top nine single-game totals.)
- Passed for 415 yards, marking his fourth 400-yard passing game of the year (most in MSU history). (Trails only Alabama's Mac Jones)
- (5, 2020) and Florida's Kyle Trask (5, 2020) for the most 400-yard games in a season in the SEC since 2000.)
- Became the first SEC passer since at least 2000 with 400 passing yards, six passing touchdowns and zero interceptions while completing at least 80 percent of his passes.
- Threw for 300-plus yards for the eighth straight game, which is the nation's longest active streak. (Holds MSU's single-season and career records for 300-yard passing games with nine this year and 11 in his career.)
- Moved to second in MSU single-season history with 3,722 yards.
- Set the school record for single-season completions with 407 this year.
- Tied the MSU single-season record with 29 passing touchdowns this season, matching Dak Prescott (2015).
Channing Tindall, ILB, Georgia
- Tindall piled up eight tackles, including tying his career high with six solo stops, and had a career-high three sacks and a forced fumble during Georgia's 41-17 victory
- He earned Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week honors by helping the Bulldogs hold the Vols to just 55 yards on 36 carries (1.5 avg.)
- With Georgia up 27-10 and Tennessee in Bulldog territory, Tindall picked up a pair of third quarter sacks on the same series, including one on a 4th-and-13 situation
- On the Vols' next possession at the UGA 7-yard line, Tindall sacked the quarterback and forced a fumble that his teammate Travon Walker recovered
Cam Little, PK, Arkansas
- Little connected on 3-of-3 field goals, including the walk-off winner in overtime to help Arkansas defeat LSU 16-13 in overtime in Baton Rouge.
- Posted makes of 27, 37 and 48 yards.
- Little has made 17 field goals this season, the most among FBS freshmen and second overall in the SEC. His 17 makes are tied for the eighth-most in a single-season in program history.
- He made three field goals last week, all over 45 yards, against Mississippi State in a 31-28 win.
Isaiah McGuire, DL, Missouri
- McGuire racked up six solo tackles and 2.0 tackles for a loss of 17 yards - including one sack for a loss of 13 yards - in Missouri's Mayor's Cup win over South Carolina, 31-28.
- He forced and recovered the same fumble late in the first quarter; his turnover gave Mizzou the ball back to get on the scoreboard early in the second quarter.
- McGuire also had two quarterback hurries.
- Saturday marked his fifth-straight game with a tackle for loss.
Caleb Warren, OL, Ole Miss
- Paved the way for 504 offensive yards, including 257 on the ground, in leading Ole Miss past Texas A&M.
- Graded out at 89 percent with two knockdowns and no missed assignments while playing all 93 snaps.
- The Rebels' 257 rushing yards marked the most allowed by Texas A&M this season, who hadn't allowed more than 90 yards rushing in its last three games.
- It is just the second time all season that an Aggie opponent has surpassed the 500-yard mark in total offense.
Darian Kinnard, OT, Kentucky
- Played every offensive snap and graded at 88 percent in Kentucky's win at Vanderbilt
- Helped UK to 236 rushing yards, 6.6 per carry (7.1 per attempt if you don't include two kneel-downs at the end of the game)
- Had four knockdown blocks and 16 blocks at the point of attack
- Did not have any missed assignments or penalties and did not allow any quarterback sacks or pressures
Caden Costa, PK, Ole Miss
- Connected on both field goal attempts and all three PATs in helping Ole Miss past Texas A&M.
- Also averaged 59.0 yards on six kickoffs.
- His 13 field goals are the most by a true freshman since 2006, when Joshua Shene connected on 14 successful attempts.