We're taking one last look at the SEC's postseason by putting together our All-SEC bowl team: OFFENSE QB: Connor Shaw, South Carolina: Shaw didn't seem to feel the pressure of a bowl game, as he completed 11-of-17 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 42 yards and another score in the Gamecocks' win against Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl.
about 1720 days ago | Chris Low and Edward Aschoff | LSU Tigers
Let's review some of the highs and lows of the bowl season: Best performance: Even in a loss, there was no topping Georgia's Brandon Boykin. The senior cornerback certainly did his part in the Bulldogs' 33-30 triple-overtime setback to Michigan State in the Outback Bowl.
about 1721 days ago | Chris Low | Georgia Bulldogs
The bowl season is over, and it's time to pass out a few awards. Best offensive player: Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State. Blackmon went nuts against Stanford after the Cowboys were shut out in the first quarter against Stanford.
The kicking game was the difference when LSU defeated Alabama 9-6 in overtime back on Nov. 5. Even though we're all guilty at times of taking special teams for granted, they often times are the difference in big games.
It's the unofficial week to schedule scrimmages in the SEC. Even so, we look closer at Week 12 in the league: 1. Winning the East: Even when Georgia was 0-2 back on Sept. 10, coach Mark Richt was trying to tell people that the Bulldogs weren't out of it and that he felt good about his football team.