During Week 3 action around the conference, the SEC finished 9-1 in nonconference action.
The lone loss came from the Auburn Tigers, who were blasted at home by Penn State 41-12.
There were also two conference matchups with the Georgia Bulldogs and LSU Tigers coming out victorious against the South Carolina Gamecocks and Mississippi State Bulldogs.
The SEC enjoyed far more success than failure when it comes to winning football games.
With Week 3’s contests firmly in the books, the SEC editorial team at the College Wire voted on their top performers.
The Voters: AJ Spurr, Alabama E Wayne, Arkansas
Adam Dubbin, Florida Joe Vitale, Georgia
Tyler Nettuno, LSU Dan Harralson, Tennessee
Joey Ickes, Texas A&M Patrick Conn, Auburn/Regional Editor
Without further ado, let’s dive into the selections made by our editorial team:
Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M Total Votes: 2
Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M Aggies bounced back after the loss to Appalachian State
with a win over the Miami Hurricanes. They allowed just three field goals in the 17-9 victory.
Stetson Bennett, Georgia Total Votes: 3
The Georgia Bulldogs were able to do what they wanted against the South Carolina Gamecocks in SEC action.
Stetson and the offense tallied 547 offensive yards and 48 points on Saturday.
Week 3 Stats vs South Carolina: 16/23 | 284 Yards | 12.3 YPA | 2 TDs 3 Carries | 36 Yards | 12.0 YPC | 1 TD
Zach Evans, Ole Miss Total Votes: 5 Evans tallied 134 yards against Georgia Tech as the Rebels blanked the Yellowjackets 42-0.
His 134 yards were his third-best performance of his career and the two touchdowns tied a career-high.
Jalin Hyatt, Tennessee Total Votes: 4 Hyatt had a whale of a game setting career-highs in yards and touchdowns
He only hauled in five passes but two went for touchdowns of 48 and 57 yards.
His two touchdowns match the totals from the 2020 and 2021 seasons for the junior.
Brock Bowers, Georgia Total Votes: 3 You can’t stop Brock Bowers, you can only hope to contain him.
Bowers finished with one rushing touchdown and two more receiving. The final one put UGA up 31-0 with 13:21 remaining in the third quarter.