2010 CFN Midseason SEC Rundown
Auburn QB Cam Newton
Auburn QB Cam Newton
Posted Oct 15, 2010

The top players, games, surprises and disappointments of the first half of the SEC season.

2010 Midseason SEC

East Florida | Georgia | Kentucky | South Carolina | Tennessee | Vanderbilt 
West Alabama | Arkansas | Auburn | LSU | Ole Miss | Miss State

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Offensive Player of the Midseason
QB Cam Newton, Jr. Auburn

Defensive Player of the Midseason
CB/PR Patrick Peterson, Jr. LSU

Ten Best SEC Players of the Midseason
1. QB Cam Newton, Jr. Auburn
2. QB Ryan Mallett, Jr. Arkansas
3. RB Stevan Ridley, Jr. LSU
4. WR Randall Cobb, Jr. Kentucky
5. CB/PR Patrick Peterson, Jr. LSU
6. RB Marcus Lattimore, Fr. South Carolina
7. WR Alshon Jeffery, Soph. South Carolina
8. RB Mark Ingram, Jr. Alabama
9. DT Nick Fairley, Jr. Auburn
10. LB Danny Trevathan, Jr. Kentucky

3 Biggest Surprises
1. Cam Newton
2. Vanderbilt 28, Ole Miss 14
3. RB Stevan Ridley and LSU's offensive line

3 Biggest Disappointments
1. Georgia, Georgia, Georgia
2. QB John Brantley and Florida's offense
3. QB Jordan Jefferson and LSU's passing game

The SEC Champion Will Be ... Alabama over Florida

Best Game of the First Half
Sept. 25 – Alabama 24, Arkansas 20

Worst Game of the First Half
Sept. 4 – Tennessee 50, UT Martin 0

Coach of the Midseason
Gene Chizik, Auburn

Best Performance So Far
Florida QB/RB/WR Trey Burton completed a 42-yard pass, ran five times for 40 yards and five touchdowns, and caught five passes for 37 yards and a score in the 48-14 win over Kentucky.

Top Freshman
Marcus Lattimore, RB South Carolina

3 Big Calls For The Second Half
1. Mark Ingram will be Mark Ingram again over the second half of the year. He'll close out with a flourish that'll have some talking about the Heisman.
2. Ole Miss will come up with at least one game from out of the blue that ruins someone's season, but it'll also lose to one team (Tennessee or Mississippi State) that it shouldn't.
3. Tennessee and Georgia will each miss out on a bowl game.

Best Remaining Conference Game
Nov. 6 – Alabama at LSU