Another week of SEC football is in the books, and with it fans were treated to a slew of elite performances. However, only a very select few stars played well enough to earn honors as SEC Players of the Week following Week 2.
Here are this week’s recipients, via SEC Digital Network.
OFFENSIVE: Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia – 17-of-23 passing (74 percent) for 309 yards and four touchdowns for a 244.2 pass efficiency mark.
DEFENSE: Brian Randolph, DB, Tennessee – Recorded two interceptions and one pass breakup vs. Western Kentucky.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Odell Beckham Jr., KR/PR/WR, LSU – Compiled 331 all-purpose yards – the third-highest total in school history and tied for eighth in SEC history - in LSU’s win over UAB. This includes returning a missed field goal 109 yards (only counts as 100 yards in the stats book, unfortunately) for a touchdown.
DEFENSIVE LINE: Markus Golden, DE, Missouri – Returned an interception 70 yards for score vs. Toledo.
OFFENSIVE LINE: Kevin Mitchell, OG, Kentucky – Nine knockdown blocks, did not give up a sack or record a penalty,
FRESHMAN: Alex Collins, RB, Arkansas - Rushed for a career-high 172 yards and one touchdown on 24 carries in 31-21 win vs. Samford. Currently sixth in all of NCAA with 151.5 rushing yards per game.