MATT FLYNN Quarterback LSU 6-3 • 228 • Senior Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee HS)
• Flynn completed 22 of 34 passes for 319 yards with three touchdowns (all career-highs) and also rushed for 34 yards on 10 carries in LSU’s 30-24 win against Auburn.
• Flynn’s 22-yard TD pass to Demetrius Byrd with one second left lifted the Tigers to the victory.
• Trailing 17-7 at halftime, LSU scored on five of its six second-half possessions. • Auburn came into the contest with the SEC’s second ranked total and scoring defense.
D.J. MOORE Cornerback VANDERBILT 5-10 • 180 • Sophomore Spartanburg, S.C. (Broome HS) • Moore was credited with eight total tackles, two interceptions and a pass deflection in Vanderbilt’s 17-6 win at #6 South Carolina.
• His first interception led to Vanderbilt’s first points of the game and his final pick halted the Gamecocks’ deepest threat in Vanderbilt territory early in the second half.
• Moore’s performance was key to a Commodore defensive effort that held an SEC opponent out of the end zone for the first time in 15 seasons. The defense limited South Carolina to 26 net rushing yards and just one conversion in 12 third-down attempts.
• Moore leads the SEC with five interceptions this year.
BRETT UPSON Punter VANDERBILT 5-11 • 190 • Sophomore Griffin, Ga. (Spalding HS)
• Upson averaged 40.1 yards on eight punts and had six of them inside the 20-yard line in Vanderbilt’s 17-6 win at #6 South Carolina.
• South Carolina’s average starting field position in the game was its own 22-yard line. The Gamecocks started four of its possessions inside its own 10-yard line.
• Upson averages 38.4 yards per punt this season and leads the SEC in percentage of punts inside the 20-yard line (15 of 35, 42.9 percent).
• Vanderbilt leads the SEC in average starting field position difference (VU - 40 yd. line/ OPP - 29 yd. line).
JONATHAN LUIGS Center ARKANSAS 6-4 • 315 • Junior Little Rock, Ark. (Pulaski Academy) • Luigs graded out at a team-high 90 percent on 62 snaps in Arkansas’ 44-8 win over Ole Miss.
• Against the Rebels, Luigs graded out at 88 percent in run-blocking and 94 percent in pass blocking.
• He also had two knockdown blocks against Ole Miss.
• Luigs helped Arkansas rack up 437 yards of total offense, including 293 rushing yards.
JERMAINE CUNNINGHAM Defensive End FLORIDA 6-3 • 229 • Sophomore Stone Mountain, Ga. (Stephenson HS)
• Cunningham had a career-high 2.5 sacks (-17 yards) and seven total tackles in Florida’s 45-37 win at Kentucky.
• His previous career highs were a 17 tackles performance against LSU.
• Cunningham leads all Florida defensive linemen with 36 total tackles and two pass deflections. He is second on the team with seven tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks.
KAREEM JACKSON Cornerback ALABAMA 5-11 • 185 Macon, Ga. (Westside HS/Fork Union)
• Jackson was credited with six total tackles (five solos), two interceptions and a tackle for loss in Alabama’s 41-17 win against Tennessee.
• First interception came in thie quarter at the Alabama 10-yard line with the Tide leading, 24-17, and was returned 29 yards.
• His second interception came in the fourth quarter at the Alabama 27-yard line.
Source: SEC SPORTS