SEC Bloggers Week Ten Review
Week Ten under the gun
Week Ten under the gun

Posted Nov 8, 2010

Each Monday, CFN's SEC Bloggers put the previous weekend under the microscope, looking for the Lucky 7

BG is Billy Gomila, BH is Brian Harbach, GH is Gabe Harris , RM is Russ Mitchell, and BS is Barrett Sallee.

BG: Tyler Bray; QB, Tennessee – Yeah, it was Memphis, but give the youngster credit for 300 yards and five touchdowns in his first start.
BH: Knile Davis; RB, Arkansas – No one standing out this week, so the under the radar guy needs some love, Davis has been fantastic lately and ran for 120 and three scores against the Gamecocks.
GH: Knile Davis; RB, Arkansas – South Carolina led the SEC in rush defense entering this game but that didn't seem to bother Davis who ran like a "Knile" through hot butter.
RM: Knile Davis; RB, Arkansas – Makes the Hogs' offense two dimensional – and that's a scary thought. (Nod to who else, Cam Newton; 15/21 317, 4 TDs in about the time it takes to brush your teeth.)
BS: Ryan Mallett; QB, Arkansas – 21-of-30 for 303 yards and a TD… Without star wide receiver Greg Childs, mind you.

BG: Drake Nevis; DT, LSU – Completely destroyed the interior of the Alabama offensive line.
BH: Drake Nevis; DT, LSU – John Chavis plus talented defensive tackles equals first round draft picks..Nevis is a man and he ain't 40.
GH: Drake Nevis; DT, LSU – Sent a message with 7 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble and a pass breakup, as he consistently wreaked havoc on Alabama's O-line.
RM: Drake Nevis; DT, LSU – Has been simply dominating in every game but Auburn. (Makes you think twice about that Auburn O-line, doesn't it.)
BS: Drake Nevis; DT, LSU – Absolute monster.

BG: Josh Jasper; P/K, LSU – Made three field goals, landed two punts inside the 20-yard line and picked up a big fake punt that helped wake up the Tigers in the second half.
BH: Josh Jasper; P/K, LSU – What kicker wouldn't want to play for Les Miles?
GH: Josh Jasper; P/K, LSU – Jasper has been equally as important as Patrick Peterson for LSU special teams this year. Statistically, one of the most accurate kickers in SEC history.
RM: Josh Jasper; P/K, LSU – Brian stole my joke; get out of my mind.
BS: Josh Jasper; P/K, LSU – 29-yard run on a fake punt. 3 FG.

BG: Les Miles – Take all the shots you want, but the man made big calls when he needed to and had his team prepared to win a game the program truly needed.
BH: Les Miles – Not afraid to say it… I love Les Miles. The Hat is Must-See-TV.
GH: Les Miles – The 4th and 1 reverse was a thing of beauty as he outcoached Saban, plus it looked like his team just wanted it more.
RM: Les Miles – 13 wins against national championship coaches. 15-1 coming off a bye. 16 fourth quarter comebacks. And perhaps most importantly, 7-5 against the holy triumvirate of SEC coaches: Spurrier, Saban and Meyer. And eats grass! What's not to love.
BS: Les Miles – Fake punt, reverse on fourth-and-1 and eating grass. Yep, just another average Saturday in the life of the Mad Hatter.

BG: Alabama vs. LSU – Amazing atmosphere, high stakes and a wild finish that more than made up for a slow start.
BH: Alabama vs. LSU – Teams love playing for a coach that coaches to win, it was fun to see Miles go out and let his team win that game.
GH: Alabama vs. LSU – For all the criticism of Miles most of his controversial calls work and they sure did on Saturday.
RM: Alabama vs. LSU – I'll tell you who Les Miles' greatest admirer is... CBS. (Waiting for all the Miles artificial turf jokes you know are coming.)
BS: Alabama vs. LSU – Nick Saban's second visit to Baton Rouge as the Alabama head coach resulted in a loss, and being thoroughly outcoached by Les Miles.

BG: Jordan Jefferson - The Tigers' much-maligned QB was confident, decisive and made big plays when they were needed. Where's that been all year?
BH: Jordan Jefferson - Jefferson was more accurate on deep throws than he has been all year… LSU opened it up, and Jefferson's accuracy was the difference in the upset.
GH: Jordan Jefferson – That was the QB who had only thrown 1 TD pass coming into the Alabama game? Could have fooled me.
RM: LSU's offense – Not comfortable giving Jefferson all the credit. Crowton, Miles, Ridley, Randle, Lee, Shepard... Etal. A fantastic performance – particularly the adjustments in the second half.
BS: LSU's offense – 433 yards of total offense? Against Alabama? Surely that's a typo.

BG: Alabama's secondary – More than one major coverage bust that allowed LSU's anemic passing attack to have one of its most efficient days of the year.
BH: South Carolina – We expected them to lose, but for a team trying to prove that this November will be different, they didn't even come close.
GH: South Carolina – I didn't think they would beat Arkansas, but they didn't seem to even want it. Bit surprising. Not the look of a team that can enter The Swamp and win with a SEC championship shot on the line.
RM: South Carolina – Down goes Lattimore (of a fashion), and down goes SC. But that's not what made it a disappointment – watching the rest of the Gamecocks mailing it in the 2H, THAT was a disappointment. (Nod to Spurrier himself on that fake punt late in the 1H; too early to be that desperate, coach.)
BS: Alabama's offense – LSU punter Josh Jasper's 29-yard run on a fake punt was seven yards more than Alabama's longest offensive play of the day.

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