Darianne Dalcourt of Alabama named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week

Alabama Center Darianne Dalcourt The league’s bureau announced Monday that he has been selected as the offensive lineman of the week in the Southeast Conference. The conference honor is Dalcourt’s first of the season and his career at UA. Earlier on Monday, Dalcout was identified as one of the Crimson Tide coaching staff‘s Nine players a week After the victory of Utah.

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Anthony Richardson, QB, Florida

  • Accounting for 274 yards total attack, 17/24, 168 yards – 11 holder, 106 fast yards (9.6 average), 3 yards rushing to dash (2 yards, 45 yards, 2 yards)
  • Richardson is the first FBS QB team to run for three touchdowns in a game this season.
  • He achieved a new career level in a single pass game with 168 yards, topping his previous best of 167 at LSU on October 16, 2021.
  • Richardson is one of three UF QBs since 1996 rushing to three touchdowns and 150-yard passes in the same game, joining Jesse Palmer and Tim Tebow (twice).
  • He’s one of five UF QBs speeding up to three touchdowns in a game since 1996.


Christopher Smith, S, Georgia

  • Smith was one of only three players left in Georgia’s 2021 National Championship defense and showed his leadership with six tackles, including tackling a loss and a 49-3 interception by the ducks.
  • This marked Smith’s second consecutive season opener with a pick as his interception on Saturday led to Georgia’s third score in the game.
  • Pinned by Smith in the back, Bulldogs held Oregon without touchdowns for the first time in a game since 2017.

Bumper Pool, LP, Arkansas

  • He started his 27th game of his football career, stabilizing his defense with 13 high team tackles, including four singles stops, and a tackle for a two-yard loss, highlighting Arkansas’ 31-24 win over No. 23 Cincinnati.
  • 18 double-digit matches were recorded with 13 against the Bearcats.
  • He managed to save a two-yard loss in the first quarter.
  • He was part of a defense that kept Cincinnati scoreless in the first half on 179 total attacking yards.
  • He made seven of his 13 interventions in the first quarter.

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Barion Brown, COR, Kentucky

  • Playing in his first collegiate game, the freshman’s true 100-yard touchdown comeback was the main game in the UK’s 37-13 win over Miami (Ohio).
  • After Brown came out of the first half with a 13-10 lead, he took the start of the second, pulled the middle, veered to the left and exploded after competing for a TD.
  • The first British player to score in a kick-off in 13 years.
  • I got a kickback back from 21 yards in the first quarter which opened a touchdown drive.
  • I also caught three passes for 45 yards at a wide receiver.


Jayden McGowan, WR, Vanderbilt

  • He captured in four passes for 116 yards, a season high, while earning his first career score with a 75-yard pass.
  • Becomes the first Vanderbilt receiver to exceed 100 yards this season
  • Totaled 85 yards after the catch
  • His 75-yard capture marks the Commodores’ longest achievement since 2019
  • Becomes third Vandy freshman since 2005 to score a 100-yard reception

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Darianne Dallcourt, CI, Alabama

  • A senior position cemented Crimson Tide’s offensive streak in a 55-0 win against Utah State.
  • The Alabama Front offensive dominated the line of melee as the tides captured 559 yards of the total attack, including 278 ground yards and 281 by air.
  • Dalcourt did not allow a sack as QB Bryce completed 18 of 28 passes for 281 yards and five touchdowns.
  • Young’s track cleared for the 100-yard dash and touchdown while RB Jahmyr Gibbs added another 93 yards for the dash as the tides averaged 8.7 yards per lunge.

LaQuinston Sharp, OL, Mississippi

  • He started and played 85 shots, the most of any SEC position.
  • He was strong in helping the state on the ground as MSU’s 54 of 97 yards came in through the middle.
  • Not a single bag was allowed or hit on QB Will Rogers.
  • He was only penalized once for helping lay the foundation for Rogers’ 450-yard night.

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Brenton Cox Jr., DL, Florida

  • Cox Jr. scored the 10 best tackles of his career against #7 in Utah.
  • He made his seventh straight game with QB Acceleration and his sixth straight game with TFL.

Jordan Dominic, DL, Arkansas

  • Two interventions were completed, one sack for a 10-yard loss, a forced stumble and another recovery to dampen the Arkansas defensive front and secure a 31-24 win at No. 23 Cincinnati on Saturday.
  • Hit the trifecta with a sack, forcing a fumble and recovering a two-yard fumble at the ARK37. Arkansas then put together a two-drive, 0:39 seconds which resulted in a touchdown to extend its lead to 31-17.
  • A draw in favor of the Securities and Exchange Commission in forced failures (1.0) and distressed recoveries (1.0).
  • He ranks second in the league in sack yards (10) during the first week.

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