• Arkansas improved to 7-0 all-time and 6-0 this season when Williams runs for over 100 yards.
• Reclaimed the SEC rushing lead (1,209) and moved into a tie in the conference with six 100-yard games this season.
• Only player in the SEC to run for 200 yards and four touchdowns in a game this season.
• Opened the game with a career-long 72-yard TD run on the second play from scrimmage.
DAVID REESE, LB, FLORIDA:
• Reese, filling in at linebacker for injured senior Jarrad Davis, led Florida in tackles for the second consecutive week.
• With his 12 tackles, Reese also surpassed his career-high of 11 that he had set the last game against South Carolina.
• Reese helped limit LSU to 219 rushing yards, under its season average of 233.6 yards per game, which ranked third in the SEC.
EDDY PINEIRO, PK, FLORIDA:
• Pineiro accounted for 10 of Florida’s 16 points, connecting on field goals of 36, 26 and 34 yards and also adding a PAT.
• His five kickoffs averaged 63.2 yards per kick, and four went for touchbacks, limiting LSU’s kickoff return game (LSU’s only kickoff return resulted in a fumble, which was recovered by Florida at LSU’s 21-yard line).
WILL HOLDEN, LT, VANDERBILT:
• Holden earned superb 93 percent blocking grade, topped by three domination blocks, while playing all 76 offensive snaps in Vanderbilt's impressive 38-17 victory over Ole Miss Saturday.
• Holden contributed key blocks on two of Ralph Webb's three rushing touchdowns, which came during a 31-0 run after the Commodores fell behind 10-0 early in the first quarter. He also limited Ole Miss' standout DE Marquis Haynes to three assisted tackles, and did not allow a single pressure while protecting the quarterback's blind side.
DAN SKIPPER, OL, ARKANSAS:
• Helped Arkansas run and pass for a combined 661 yards of offense on the road at Mississippi State, good for the fourth-most in program history and the most ever in an SEC game.
• Graded out at a career-best 97 percent over 69 plays at left tackle.
• Arkansas averaged 9.9 yards per play – good for fourth-most in program history – en route to a season-high 58 points.
DEREK BARNETT, DE, TENNESSEE:
• Had a very impactful and disruptive day as he helped lead Mizzou to a much-needed 26-17 win at home over Vanderbilt, breaking Mizzou’s 5-game losing streak (and 11-game conference losing streak). Ended the game with 9 tackles, including 2.5 QB sacks, and 3.5 tackles for loss in all.
• Also forced a fumble on one of his sacks, while getting loose for a pair of QB pressures.
• Vanderbilt had allowed only 15 sacks on the season in 9 previous games coming into Saturday, but Harris and his line mates were very effective, as they combined for 6.0 sacks total, for 41 yards in losses.
• Harris ranks 4th in the SEC through 10 games with 8.0 QB sacks, and is also 7th in the league in tackles for loss (11.0).
YRIE CLEVELAND, WR, FLORIDA:
• Tennessee's Derek Barnett recorded six tackles, one sack and one quarterback hurry in UT's win over Missouri.
• Barnett sacked Drew Lock in the third quarter to record his career-best 11th sack on the season. Barnett's 11.0 sacks in SEC games are the most in the conference.
• Barnett's sack was also the 31st of his career. He is now one sack away from tying Reggie White's Tennessee career record of 32.0. Barnett's 31.0 career sacks also rank second among all active FBS players.
SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE MEN'S BASKETBALL REPORT:
SEC Player of the Week – Ole Miss’ Sebastian Saiz, a 6-foot-9, 240-pound senior forward from Madrid, Spain, averaged 19.7 points and 12.3 rebounds in wins over UMass, Oral Roberts and Saint Joseph’s last week. He posted a double-double with 22 points and a career-high 19 rebounds in Ole Miss’ thrilling comeback win over UMass.
Saiz capped an 11-0 run with a game-winning put back with 3.3 seconds left. He finished a single rebound shy of becoming the first Rebel since Walter Actwood in 1975 to post a 20-point, 20-rebound game. He hauled in 11 points and added six ebounds in Ole Miss’ come-from-behind win over Oral Roberts in the opening round of the Paradise Jam.
Saiz then recorded his 11th career double-double with a career-high 26 points and 12 rebounds in the Rebels’ win over Saint Joseph’s to advance to the Paradise Jam
• SEC Freshman of the Week – Kentucky’s Malik Monk, a 6-foot-3, 200-pound guard from Lepanto, Ark., averaged 18.5 points and four rebounds in wins over 13th-ranked Michigan State and Duquesne.
Monk scored a career-high 23 points, knocking down a career-high seven 3-pointers while adding a team-best six rebounds against the Spartans. Followed that up with 14 points in the win over Duquesne.
• Kentucky has been ranked No. 1 in each of the last four seasons and six of the last eight years. This marks the Wildcats’ 123rd week atop the AP Top 25 all-time.
• According to KenPom.com, seven SEC teams rank among the 50 most nexperienced teams in the nation.
Mississippi State ranks 350 out of 351 teams in terms of experience while Missouri
is 347th, Kentucky 344th, Tennessee 337th, LSU 336th, Auburn 315th and Texas A&M 303rd.