Here are the SEC players of the week, as announced by the league Monday:
OFFENSIVE: Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia
Murray was named the Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week following his performance in a 44-41 victory over No. 6 LSU.
He connected on 20 of 34 for 298 yards and four touchdowns and also ran for his third touchdown of the season. This marked Murray’s second victory over an SEC top-10 team in the last three games as he helped generate 494 yards of offense.
Under Murray’s direction, the Bulldogs have scored at least 35 points in all four of their games this season, including at least 41 vs. both South Carolina and LSU.
Murray moved into the No. 2 spot in school history in career passing yardage with 11,429 (former Bulldog David Greene holds the school and SEC records at 11,528); in total offense, Murray now has 11,659 yards, which is No. 2 in SEC history.
DEFENSIVE: C.J. Mosley, LB, Alabama
Led the team with nine total tackles, one tackle for loss, one pass breakup and two QB hurries.
Put the game out of reach when he made a tackle for a safety with 5:43 left in the game to make it 18-0. Also deflected a pass on a key fourth-and-2 from the Alabama 7-yard line in the third quarter to keep the 16-0 lead.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Marshall Morgan, PK, Georgia
Morgan scored 14 points during the 44-41 victory over LSU.
He was 5-for-5 on PATs and drilled all three of his field goal attempts, including a career-long 55 yarder that put Georgia ahead 27-20 in the third quarter.
FRESHMAN: Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida
Made his third interception of the season, the most by an SEC freshman and the third-most nationally among freshmen.
Intercepted a pass in the end zone from Kentucky’s Maxwell Smith.
Leads the Gators in interceptions.
DEFENSIVE LINE: Michael Sam, DE, Missouri
Was disruptive for most of the night in Mizzou's win over Arkansas State, as he had a career-best three sacks (for 19 yards of loss) and forced a fumble. He ended the game with four tackles.
The three sacks ties the NCAA single-game high this season, and Sam leads the SEC and ranks 18th nationally with his tackles-for-loss average of 1.5 per game.
OFFENSIVE LINE: A.J. Cann, OG, South Carolina
Cann led the charge for a Gamecocks' offensive line that helped amass 225 yards on the ground, including 167 from Mike Davis, and four rushing touchdowns. South Carolina added 265 passing yards.
Played all 80 offensive snaps, grading out at 86 percent with no sacks or pressures against him.