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THE WEEKEND'S BEST
November 13, 2005

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    QB Drew Olson, UCLA

    22 for 27, 510 yards, 5 TD, 0 INT

TOP QUARTERBACK

JaMarcus Russell, LSU

The Tiger signal-caller played a great game, leading LSU to victory over previously-unbeaten Alabama. The sophomore completed 16 of 30 passes for 229 yards and a touchdown in the 16-13 overtime win on the road.

Runner-Up: Brad Smith, Missouri: 161 rush yards, 3 TD

TOP RUNNING BACK

Kenny Irons, Auburn

The Tiger tailback was huge in Auburn's road win at Georgia Saturday night. The junior, who is a native of the state of Georgia, ran 37 times for 179 yards and a pair of touchdowns in AU's 31-30 win between the hedges.

Runner-Up: Rafael Little, Kentucky: 28 rush, 198 yards, 3 TD

TOP WIDE RECEIVER

Chansi Stuckey, Clemson

The junior from Warner Robbins, Georgia was key in the Tigers' win over Florida State this weekend. Stuckey hauled in eleven passes for 156 yards, an average of 14.2 per catch, and a couple of touchdowns in the 35-14 Clemson win.

Runner-Up: Paul Williams, Fresno State: 6 rec, 149 yds, 2 TD

TOP TEAM

South Carolina

The ol' ball coach got the best of his old team Saturday, bringing USC their first win over the Gators since 1939. Carolina has now won five straight, moved to 7-3 overall, and still has an outside shot at making the SEC title game.

Runner-Up: Fresno State - (W) Boise State 27-7

TOP GAME

LSU over Alabama

The SCS.com GOTW lived up to expectations. The unbeaten Tide led 10-0 at the half, but LSU sent it to OT tied at ten. After Alabama kicked a field goal with their possession, the Tigers ended the game with a touchdown, winning 16-13.

Runner-Up: Auburn (31) over Georgia (30)

TOP UPSET

Oklahoma State over Texas Tech

The Cowboys held the high-powered Red Raider offense to just one score on Saturday. With the game tied at 17 late, RB Al Pena punched in a touchdown from one yard out to put OSU up 24-17, keeping the team's bowl hopes alive.

Runner-Up: Honorary Mentions: Rice and Buffalo

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