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  • #601 by jbcarol on 13 Jul 2017
  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Running Back - Darren McFadden, Arkansas



    SEC running backs have won the Heisman Trophy since 1992 but none have finished in the Top Two twice. 

    Two-time Doak Walker Award winner; the Walter Camp Award; Jim Brown Trophy; Two-Time Consensus All-American; Two-Time SEC Offensive Player of the Year (ahead of a Heisman Trophy winner); and a Three-Time 1st Team All-SEC selection.  His career total of 4,590 rushing yards ranks second all-time in the SEC, behind only Herschel Walker.

    There was no one better at the position than Darren McFadden. NO ONE!

    Runners-up include and are limited to: Mark Ingram, Heisman winner; Derrick Henry, Heisman Winner; Shaun Alexander, Boone County Rebel was '99 SEC Player of the Year and All-American.
  • #602 by jbcarol on 14 Jul 2017
  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Quarterback - Tim Tebow, Florida

    https://twitter.com/aldotcomSports/status/885727192314814464

    Tebow is the only college player invited to attend the Heisman Trophy presentation as a finalist three times, winning in 2007.

    Two-time Maxwell Award winner; '08 Manning Award, Davey O'Brien Award; Wuerffel Trophy; 2007 AP and Sporting News Player of the Year; Two-Time SEC Offensive Player of the Year; Two-Time 1st Team All-American; Three-Time 1st Team All-SEC; Two-Time SEC Champ and National Champ.

    Runners-up include and are not limited to: All 1st Picks in NFL draft Peyton Manning, Tim Couch, Eli Manning, Jamarcus Russell, Matthew Stafford, and Heisman winner and former Tebow backup Cam Newton; the only SEC player since '92 who is in the College Football Hall of Fame, '96 Heisman winner Danny Wuerffel; Heisman and Manning Award winner Johnny Manziel; Mawwell Award winner AJ McCarron; Jay Cutler; Dak Prescott; T Martin, Ryan Mallett, Tyler Wilson and Matt Jones.
  • #603 by jbcarol on 15 Jul 2017
  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Running Back - Darren McFadden, Arkansas



    SEC running backs have won the Heisman Trophy since 1992 but none have finished in the Top Two twice. 

    Two-time Doak Walker Award winner; the Walter Camp Award; Jim Brown Trophy; Two-Time Consensus All-American; Two-Time SEC Offensive Player of the Year (ahead of a Heisman Trophy winner); and a Three-Time 1st Team All-SEC selection.  His career total of 4,590 rushing yards ranks second all-time in the SEC, behind only Herschel Walker.

    There was no one better at the position than Darren McFadden. NO ONE!

    Runners-up include and are limited to: Mark Ingram, Heisman winner; Derrick Henry, Heisman Winner; Shaun Alexander, Boone County Rebel was '99 SEC Player of the Year and All-American.

    https://twitter.com/SECNetwork/status/885948310338580480
  • #604 by jbcarol on 20 Jul 2017
  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Wide Receiver - Amari Cooper

    Cooper is one of two SEC WRs to win the Fred Biletnikoff Award



    BCS national champion (2012)
    2 SEC champion (2012, 2014)
    Biletnikoff Award (2014)
    SEC Offensive Player of the Year (2014)
    Unanimous All-American (2014)
    First-team All-SEC (2014)

    Runners-up include and are not limited to: Josh Reed, Biletnikoff Award (2001), 2-time Coaches All-SEC, Consensus All-American; Joe Adams '11 Consensus All-American; Mike Evans '13 Consensus All-American

    Fun Fact: All-American WRs generally come out of the Video Game conferences
  • #605 by jbcarol on 04 Aug 2017
  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Offensive Guard - Brandon Bullsworth



    Football News All-American
    Two-Time First Team All-SEC
    2013: BR named Burlsworth the #1 Greatest Walk-On of the BCS Era
  • #606 by jbcarol on 06 Aug 2017
  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Offensive Tackle - Shawn Andrews



        Consensus first-team All-American (2002, 2003)
        Lombardi Award finalist (2003)
        Outland Trophy finalist (2003)
        Jacobs Blocking Trophy (2002, 2003)
        First-team All-SEC (2002, 2003)

  • #607 by jbcarol on 12 Aug 2017
  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Tight End - Hunter Henry, Arkansas



    2015 Mackey Award Winner
    2015 Consensus All-American
    2015 First Team All-SEC TE
    2014 Second Team All-SEC TE

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  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Center - Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas

    AL.com is presenting the No. 1 player to wear each number 1 through 99 in the conference's history.

    No. 1 63 is Arkansas center Jonathan Luigs.




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    While Jonathan Luigs played center for Arkansas, the Razorbacks became the second SEC team to have a 1,000-yard rusher for four consecutive seasons - and in two of those seasons, the Hogs had two 1,000-yard rushers

    In 2006, Arkansas' 286.5 rushing yards per game were the highest for an SEC team in 21 years. The Ground Hogs helped the Razorbacks win the SEC West title outright for the only time. That season also was Luigs' first as the All-SEC center.

    The next year, he repeated that honor and also received the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, which is presented annually to the SEC's best blocker, and the Rimington Trophy, which is presented annually to the nation's best center, while being named a consensus All-American.
  • #610 by jbcarol on 26 Aug 2017
  • 7 Players have been the SEC's rushing leader in consecutive seasons

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    The players who have been the SEC's rushing leader in consecutive seasons are Ole Miss' John Dottley in 1949 and 1950, Alabama's Johnny Musso in 1970 and 1971, Kentucky's Sonny Collins in 1973 and 1974, Georgia's Herschel Walker in 1980, 1981 and 1982, Tennessee's Johnnie Jones in 1983 and 1984, LSU's Kevin Faulk in 1997 and 1998 and Arkansas' Darren McFadden in 2006 and 2007. Although LSU's Derrius Guice, Mississippi State's Nick Fitzgerald, Arkansas' Rawleigh Williams III and Vanderbilt's Ralph Webb finished with more rushing yards last season than Pettway, the Auburn ball-carrier was the SEC's rushing leader because he had the league's highest per-game average at 122.4.
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  • The year was 1992, and the Arkansas Razorbacks joined the Southeastern Conference, deftly escaping the flotsam and jetsam of the decaying Southwest Conference

    SEC Country celebrates the Razorbacks football statistical leaders since 1992


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    First-round selections in NFL draft
    Player    Pick    Year    Pos.    Team
    Darren McFadden    4    2008    RB    Raiders
    Jamaal Anderson    8    2007    DE    Falcons
    Shawn Andrews    16    2004    OG    Eagles
    Matt Jones    21    2005    WR    Jaguars
    Felix Jones    22    2008    RB    Cowboys
    Ahmad Carroll    25    2004    DB    Packers
    Henry Ford    26    1994    DT    Oilers

    Note: Overall, 69 Razorbacks have been drafted since Arkansas joined the SEC.

    Career passing yards
    Yards    Player    Years
    7,765    Tyler Wilson    2008-12
    7,493    Ryan Mallett    2009-10
    7,463    Brandon Allen    2012-15
    7,422    Clint Stoerner    1996-99
    5,857    Matt Jones    2001-04

    Career passing touchdowns
    Touchdowns    Player    Years
    64    Brandon Allen    2012-15
    62    Ryan Mallett    2009-10
    57    Clint Stoerner    1996-99
    53    Matt Jones    2001-04
    52    Tyler Wilson    2008-12

    Career rushing yards
    Yards    Player    Years
    4,590    Darren McFadden    2005-07
    3,703    Alex Collins    2013-15
    3,018    Cedric Cobbs    1999-2003
    2,956    Felix Jones    2005-07
    2,661    Fred Talley    1999-2002

    Career rushing touchdowns
    Touchdowns    Player    Years
    41    Darren McFadden    2005-07
    36    Alex Collins    2013-15
    26    Cedric Cobbs    1999-2003
    25    Madre Hill    1994-98
    24    Matt Jones    2001-04

    Career receptions
    Receptions    Player    Years
    175    Cobi Hamilton    2009-12
    168    Jarius Wright    2008-11
    164    Joe Adams    2008-11
    153    Anthony Eubanks    1994-97
    152    D.J. Williams    2007-10

    Career receiving yards
    Yards    Player    Years
    2,934    Jarius Wright    2008-11
    2,879    Anthony Lucas    1995-99
    2,854    Cobi Hamilton    2009-12
    2,440    Anthony Eubanks    1994-97
    2,410    Joe Adams    2008-11

    Career receiving touchdowns
    Touchdowns    Player    Years
    27    Marcus Monk    2004-07
    24    Jarius Wright    2008-11
    23    Anthony Lucas    1995-99
    19    Keon Hatcher    2012-16
    18    Cobi Hamilton    2006-12

    Career all-purpose yards
    Yards    Player    Years
    5,881    Darren McFadden    2005-07
    5,330    Dennis Johnson    2008-12
    5,099    Felix Jones    2005-07
    4,057    Alex Collins    2013-15
    3,657    Cedric Cobbs    1999-2003

    Career field goals
    Field goals    Player    Years
    61    Zach Hocker    2010-13
    47    Todd Latourette    1995-98
    37    Alex Tejada    2007-10
    28    Chris Balseiro    2002-05
    22    Brennan ODonohoe    2000-02

    Career interceptions
    INT    Player    Years
    12    Tramain Thomas    2008-11
    9    Orlando Watters    1992-93

    Career sacks
    Sacks    Player    Years
    23.5    Jake Bequette    2008-11
    21.5    Chris Smith    2010-13
    21    Steven Conley    1992-95
    19    Marcus Adair    1993-95
    18    Trey Flowers    2011-14

    Career tackles
    Tackles    Player    Years
    408    Tony Bua    2000-03
    382    Jerry Franklin    2008-11
    381    Ken Hamlin    2000-02
    372    Sam Olajubutu    2003-06
    368    Caleb Miller    2000-03
  • #613 by jbcarol on 03 Sep 2017
  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Fullback / H-Back - Peyton Hillis, Arkansas



    960 yards rushing
    1,196 yards receiving
    213 yards kick returns
    257 yards punt returns
    blocker for Darren McFadden and Felix Jones

    Runner-Up: Jay Prosch, Auburn
  • #614 by jbcarol on 04 Sep 2017
  • Here is a look at the top SEC players by position from 1992 to present.

    This evaluation is based on achievements during the college career solely

    Place Kicker - Leigh Tiffin, Alabama



    Bounced back from tough 2006 game to make 2009 AP All-American and 1st Team All-SEC

    Runners-up: Daniel Carlson, Auburn; Colt David, LSU; Judd Davis, UF; Jonathan Nichols, OM; Zach Hocker, Arkansas

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  •  SEC Network‏Verified account @SECNetwork 11m11 minutes ago

    The only players in @FootballUGA history with 20 games of 100 rushing yards:

    Herschel Walker and Nick Chubb.
  • #620 by jbcarol on 08 Oct 2017
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  • #622 by jbcarol on 11 Oct 2017
  • Champ Bailey part of 2017 SEC football legends class


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    Bailey is certainly deserving. As a junior at Georgia, he took part in more than 1,000 plays. He also won the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and was a consensus All-America selection in 1998.
  • #623 by jbcarol on 11 Oct 2017
  • SEC announces 2017 Football Legends class

    ARKANSAS - Dan Hampton, Defensive Tackle, 1975-78
    Arkansas defensive tackle Dan Hampton was a four-year letterman from 1975-78 and a three-year starter as well as a two-time All-Conference selection. Arkansas produced a 35-10-2 record during Hampton's career, including a mark of 22-8-1 in Southwest Conference play. He totaled 239 tackles in his career, with 32 behind the line of scrimmage, while recovering six fumbles. Hampton was a first-team All-American in 1978, and he helped Arkansas to a No. 3 national finish after winning the 1978 Orange Bowl. During his senior campaign in 1978, he was named the SWC Defensive Player of the Year and earned first-team All-SWC honors. Hampton also earned the SWC Player of the Year award from the Houston Post for his senior season. A first-round draft pick of the Chicago Bears, he played in the NFL for 12 seasons and became one of only two Bears' players to play in three decades for the team. Hampton finished third on the team's all-time career sacks list with 82 and earned All-Pro honors five times.
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