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Week 13: Football Players of the Week

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OFFENSIVE
Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

  • Burks set an Arkansas single-season school record with his sixth 100-yard receiving game of the season, catching seven passes for 129 yards and a touchdown in the Razorbacks' win over rival Missouri.
  • The junior's 52-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter was his team-best 11th of the season and matched Marcus Monk for second in Arkansas history in a single season. Burks also added a 43-yard catch to increase his league-leading total to 20 catches of 20+ yards.
  • He became just the fourth Arkansas wide receiver all time to eclipse 1000 yards in a single season and first since 2012 with 1104 yards on the year through 12 games.

DEFENSIVE
Damone Clark, LB, LSU

  • Led LSU with 10 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks in the 27-24 win over Texas A&M.
  • Upped his nation's best tackle total to 135 for the season ... The 135 tackles rank as the fourth-highest total in LSU single-season history.
  • LSU held the Aggies to season lows in rushing yards (54) and total yards (296) ... Had two sacks on A&M's final possession.
  • His tackles for loss totaled 15 negative yards.
  • As a unit, LSU sacked the A&M quarterback four times and held 1,000-yard rusher Isaiah Spiller to only 27 yards on 11 carries.

Will Anderson, LB, Alabama

  • Anderson was a wrecking crew for the Alabama defense in Auburn against the Tigers
  • He recorded double-digit tackles for loss for the sixth straight game
  • Finished with 3.0 tackles for loss (-15 yards) to give him 30.5 on the season
  • Added another sack (-11 yards) to increase his SEC leading total to 14.5
  • Finished with seven total tackles, including six solo stops
  • Tide coaches credited him with two quarterback pressures
  • Helped hold Auburn to just 22 rushing yards, 155 yards below their season average and just 159 total yards, 269 below their average


SPECIAL TEAMS
Cade York, PK, LSU

  • Kicked field goals of 50 and 47 yards and made all three of his PATs in helping LSU to a 27-24 win over Texas A&M.
  • Extended his school-record streak of consecutive PATs to 118.
  • With nine points, he moved past Kevin Faulk into second place in LSU history for career scoring with 326 points.
  • He also extended his LSU record for career 50-yard field goals to 15.



DEFENSIVE LINE
Sam Williams, DL, Ole Miss

  • Tallied two sacks and led a stout Ole Miss defense in an Egg Bowl win at Mississippi State.
  • Limited MSU to its second-lowest offensive output of the season (420 total yards).
  • Held the opposition without a first-half touchdown for the third straight game and marked just the second time this season for the Bulldogs (Alabama).
  • Moved into third in the Ole Miss career record book (modern day) with 22.5 career sacks.
  • Rose to seventh all-time at Ole Miss in career TFLs with 32.5.


OFFENSIVE LINE
Darian Kinnard, OT, Kentucky

  • Led the offensive line that helped generate 52 points in Kentucky's Governor's Cup win over in-state rival Louisville
  • Had two knockdown blocks, did not allow any quarterback sacks, and did not have any penalties or missed assignments
  • Had 11 blocks at the point of attack, including a key fourth-down conversion that set up a score
  • Kentucky rushed for a season-high 362 yards, averaging 7.4 yards per rush
  • UK rushed for seven touchdowns, breaking the Governor's Cup record for most rushing TDs
  • Kentucky scored on seven of the eight possessions in which he played, with the only time not scoring being the possession that ended the first half


FRESHMAN
Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

  • Wright rushed for a game-high and career-best 112 yards on 15 carries with one touchdown as Tennessee topped Vanderbilt 45-21 in the regular season finale.
  • Wright, stepping up in an injured Vol backfield, averaged 7.5 yards per carry while 46 of his rushing yards came after contact.
  • He was part of a UT ground attack that finished with 285 rushing yards, 100 yards above what the Commodores came into the contest allowing per game.
  • Wright provided a 10-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter. In the entire month of November, Wright led all SEC freshmen in rushing yards per game (64.75) and total rushing yards (259).