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SEC Week 6 helmet stickers: Hats off to LSU's hospitality

Here are your top SEC performers from Week 6:

LSU: This was nothing close to a home game for South Carolina, but LSU did a great job trying to help the Gamecocks as much as possible after the game was moved from Columbia to Baton Rouge because of devastating floods in the state of South Carolina. LSU flew South Carolina’s flag at the stadium and posted the image of the Palmetto State logo on its scoreboard. LSU's band played South Carolina's fight song and its alma mater. South Carolina even ran out onto the field to its traditional entrance music from “2001: A Space Odyssey.” Good on you, LSU.

Joshua Dobbs QB Tennessee: He didn't always throw the nicest ball in Tennessee's 38-31 comeback win over Georgia, but he was clutch in the second half and his legs frustrated the Bulldogs' defense all day. Dobbs threw for a game-high 312 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran the ball 18 times for 118 yards and two more scores. Dobbs' running ability was an issue for the Dawgs all game as he slipped through tackle after tackle in the Vols' win.

Chad Kelly/Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss: Yes, the Rebels were playing New Mexico State, but Kelly threw for a career-high 384 yards with three touchdowns in Ole Miss' 52-3 rout of the Aggies. He also ran for 32 yards and another score. Treadwell made this outstanding catch (and was somehow totally unguarded) for one of his two touchdowns. He also finished the game with eight catches for a career-high 136 yards.

Calvin Ridley WR Alabama: The freshman just keeps impressing, posting his second straight 100-yard game. Ridley caught a season-high nine passes for 140 yards (another career high) and had an 81-yard touchdown catch that put the Tide up for good in its 27-14 win over Arkansas.

Fred Ross WR Mississippi State: Ross was a one-man scoring machine in the first quarter of the Bulldogs' 45-17 win over Troy. He got things started with a 59-yard touchdown on the second play from scrimmage on a quick throw to the flat and he finished the quarter with a beautiful 77-yard punt return for a touchdown. Ross finished with 139 all-purpose yards.