The SEC This Week

So far this season, the 62 SEC home games played this season has drawn a total of 4,443,419 fans. That is 97.7 percent of full capacity.

• NOVEMBER 17 SCHEDULE • 
GEORGIA (5-3) at OLE MISS (6-2) 11:30 a.m. (C) 
Oxford, Miss. • JP Sports • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (45,577) 
Series: UG leads, 26-12-1 • Last: UG, 32-14 (11/18/2000 at Athens) 
TENNESSEE (7-1) at KENTUCKY (2-7) 12:30 p.m. (E) 
Lexington, Ky. • JP Sports • Commonwealth Stadium (67,530) 
Series: UT leads, 64-23-9 • Last: UT, 59-20 (11/18/2000 at Knoxville) 
CLEMSON (5-4) at SOUTH CAROLINA (7-3) 12:30 p.m. (E) 
Columbia, S.C. • JP Sports • Williams-Brice Stadium (80,250) 
Series: CU leads, 59-35-4 • Last: CU, 16-14 (10/18/2000 at Clemson) 
MISSISSIPPI STATE (2-6) at ARKANSAS (6-3) 1:00 p.m. (C) 
Fayetteville, Ark. • Reynolds Razorback Stadium (72,000) 
Series: Tied, 5-5-1 • Last: AR, 17-10 (ot) (10/18/2000 at Starkville) 
ALABAMA (4-5) at AUBURN (7-2) 2:30 p.m. (C) 
Auburn, Ala. • CBS Sports • Jordan-Hare Stadium (86,063) 
Series: ALA leads, 37-27-1 • Last: AUB, 9-0 (10/18/2000 at Tuscaloosa) 
FLORIDA STATE (6-3) at FLORIDA (8-1) 8:00 p.m. (E) 
Gainesville, Fla. • CBS Sports • Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field (83,000) 
Series: UF leads, 26-17-2 • Last: FSU, 30-7 (10/18/2000 at Tallahassee) 
OPEN: LSU (6-3), Vanderbilt (2-7) 

NOVEMBER 10 SCORES
Alabama 24, Mississippi State 17 [83,818 at Tuscaloosa, Ala.] 
Arkansas 27, Central Florida 20 [61,527 at Fayetteville, Ark.] 
Kentucky 56, Vanderbilt 30 [32,422 at Nashville, Tenn.] 
Tennessee 49, Memphis 28 [107,221 at Knoxville, Tenn.] 
Auburn 24, Georgia 17 [86,520 at Athens, Ga.] 
LSU 30, Middle Tennessee 14 [88,249 at Baton Rouge, La.] 
Florida 54, South Carolina 17 [84,900 at Columbia, S.C.] 


NON-CONFERENCE RECORD 
24-5 (.828) 


                2001--------------      *Last 
Conference      App.    W-L     Pct.    Season 
ACC             4       1-0     1.000   4-3 
Big East        2       1-1     .500    0-2 
Big Ten         1       0-0     .000    2-1 
Big 12          0       0-0     .000    1-1 
C-USA           6       3-1     .750    5-3 
MAC             3       3-0     1.000   3-1 
Mountain West   2       1-0     1.000   3-1 
Pac-10          1       0-1     .000    0-1 
Sun Belt        6       5-1     .833    7-0 
WAC             3       3-0     1.000   2-0 
I-A Ind.        4       3-1     .750    1-1 
I-AA Schools    4       4-0     1.000   3-0 
(*-Includes bowl games; Using current conference alignment) 

OVERALL NON-CONFERENCE RECORDS 


Conference              App.    W-L     Pct. 
Big 12                  39      28-4    .875 
Southeastern            36      24-5    .828 
Pac-10                  30      20-5    .800 
Big Ten                 34      20-8    .714 
ACC                     30      15-7    .682 
Big East                33      18-10   .643 
Mountain West           35      16-14   .533 
MAC                     44      16-21   .432 
Conference USA          43      15-22   .405 
Western Athletic        37      11-17   .393 
Sun Belt                36      4-25    .138 

SEC ATTENDANCE UPDATE 
According to the NCAA, the SEC has led the nation in total attendance for the last 20 seasons. 

So far this season, the 62 SEC home games played this season has drawn a total of 4,443,419 fans. That is 97.7 percent of full capacity. Below is a chart comparing actual season attendance average with listed stadium capacities: 



School          Average Capacity        Pct. 
Alabama 	82,706  83,697          98.8 
Arkansas        59,603  65,892          90.4 
Auburn          85,326  86,063          99.1 
Florida         85,272  83,000          102.7 
Georgia         86,520  86,520          100.0 
Kentucky        62,354  67,530          92.3 
LSU             90,348  91,600          98.6 
Ole Miss        46,943  45,577          103.0 
Miss. State     40,438  45,286          89.3 
S. Carolina     82,216  80,250          102.4 
Tennessee       107,708 104,079         103.5 
Vanderbilt      33,991  41,600          81.7 
* - Schools play in two stadiums.  
Average of seven home game capacities. 

SEC GOOD WORKS TEAM 
Player of the Week 
WILL BARTHOLOMEW, TENNESSEE 
Tennessee senior fullback Will Bartholomew will be featured this week as the SEC Good Works Team Players of the Week on this weekend's Jefferson-Pilot Sports telecass of the Tennessee-Kentucky, Georgia-Ole Miss and Clemson-South Carolina football games. 

The Nashville, Tenn. native, has served as President of the UT chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for the past three years. He has overseen five different high school FCA chapters in the Knoxville area and worked with hundreds of high school students and church youth programs. 

In addition, Will has visited various hospital, school and youth programs statewide, including Maury Middle School in Dandridge, Tenn. and the Nashville YMCA. 

A 2001 co-captain, Will is a three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll honoree and will graduate Cum Laude with a degree in Finance in May 2001. 

The SEC sponsors Good Works Teams for football, men's and women's basketball and men's and women's Olympic Sports. JP Sports highlights one member of the football SEC Good Works Team during each of its weekly football telecasts. 

Previous SEC Football Good Works Team Honorees 
Week 1 - Anthony Kelly, Kentucky 
Week 2 - Tyler Watts, Alabama / James Callier, Auburn 
Week 4 - Tommy Moody, Florida 
Week 5 - Kalimba Edwards, South Carolina 
Week 7 - Syniker Taylor, Ole Miss 
Week 8 - Jon Stinchcomb, Georgia 
Week 9 - Kenny Sandlin, Arkansas 
Week 10 - Jim May, Vanderbilt 
Week 11 - Kevin Sijansky, Miss. State 
Week 12 - Will Bartholomew, Tennessee 

SEC ON TV THIS WEEK 
Below is a schedule of Southeastern Conference athletic events on television for the upcoming week. The schedule includes live and taped events as well as weekly shows. For more information on the SEC's television partners, log onto www.secsports.com. All times are Central. 
 


Thursday, November 15 
5:30 p.m.       SEC-TV          SEC-TV Weekly (Live) 
                                  Feature on Auburn's placekicker/punter Damon Duval; Recap of the SEC 
                                  Soccer Championship; Preview of the SEC Volleyball Championship; 
				  Previews of key SEC football games. 

Friday, November 16 
11:00 a.m.      FSNS            SEC-TV Weekly (Replay from October 4) 
2:00 p.m.       FSNSW           SEC-TV Weekly (Replay from October 4) 

Saturday, November 17 
11:00 a.m.      JP Sports       SEC Football Today (Live) 
11:30 a.m.      JP Sports       Georgia at Ole Miss Football (Live) 
                                  PBP - Dave Neal; Analyst - Dave Rowe; Sidelines - Scott Pryswansky 
                                Tennessee at Kentucky Football (Live) 
                                   PBP - David Steele; Analyst - Charles Davis; Sidelines - Dave Baker 
                                Clemson at South Carolina Football (Live) 
                                   PBP - Bill Rosinski; Analyst - Jim Szoke; Sidelines - Warren Peper 
2:30 p.m.       CBS Sports      Alabama at Auburn Football (Live) 
                                    PBP - Craig Bolerjack; Analyst - Andre Ware; Sidelines - TBA 
8:00 p.m.       CBS Sports      Florida State at Florida Football (Live) 
                                    PBP - Verne Lundquist; Analyst - Todd Blackledge; Sidelines - Jill 
				    Arrington 

Sunday, November 18 
12:00 p.m.      SEC-TV          SEC Volleyball Championships (Live from Knoxville, Tenn.) 

Monday, November 19 
1:00 p.m.       ESPN            South Carolina vs. Chaminade Men's Basketball (Live from 
Maui Invitational) 
6:00 p.m.       ESPN2           Georgia vs. Georgetown Men's Basketball (Live from 
Springfield, Mass.) 
6:30 p.m.       SEC-TV          Vanderbilt at Connecticut Men's Basketball (Live) 

Tuesday, November 20 
6 or 8 p.m.     ESPN            South Carolina vs. Duke/Seton Hall Men's Basketball (Live 
				from Maui Invitational) 

Wednesday, November 21 
6:00 p.m.       SEC-TV          Georgia at Georgia Southern Men's Basketball (Live) 
TBA             ESPN            South Carolina vs. TBA Men's Basketball (Live from Maui 
				Invitational) 

Jefferson-Pilot Sports will televise three SEC football games during its time slot of 12:30 p.m. ET (11:30 a.m. CT) on Nov. 17. Below is a breakdown of those games with the markets that those games will be televised: 
Georgia at Ole Miss 
Albany, Ga. (WALB); Alexandria, La. (WNTZ); Atlanta, Ga. (WATL); Augusta, Ga. (WBAU); Baton Rouge, La. (WAFB); Biloxi, Miss. (WXXV); Birmingham, Ala. (WTTO); Columbus, Ga. (WRBL); Columbus/Tupelo, Miss. (WCBI); Dothan, Ala. (WTVY); Fort Myers/Naples, Fla. (WTVK); Fort Smith, Ark. (KHBS); Gainesville, Fla. (WGFL); Greenwood/Greenville, Miss. (WABG); Hattiesburg, Miss. (WHLT); Huntsville, Ala. (WZDX); Jackson, Miss. (WJTV); Jackson, Tenn. (WJKT); Jacksonville, Fla. (WTEV); Lafayette, La. (KADN); Little Rock, Ark. (KATV); Macon, Ga. (WGXA); Memphis, Tenn. (WLMT); Meridian, Miss. (WMDN); Miami, Fla. (WAMI); Mobile, Ala./Pensacola, Fla. (WJTC); Monroe, La. (KARD); Montgomery, Ala. (WSFA); New Orleans, La. (WWL); Orlando, Fla. (WRDQ); Panama City, Fla. (WTVY); Savannah, Ga. (WTOC); Shreveport, La. (KPXJ); Springfield, Mo. (KDL); Tallahassee, Fla. (WCTV); Tampa, Fla. (WTTA); Tulsa, Okla. (KWHB); West Palm Beach, Fla. (WTCN). 

Tennessee at Kentucky 
Bluefield, W.Va. (WOAY); Bowling Green, Ky. (WNKY); Charleston, W.Va. (WVAH); Chattanooga, Tenn. (WFLI); Cincinnati, Ohio (WBQC); Evansville, Ind. (WTVW); Knoxville, Tenn. (WVLT); Lexington, Ky. (WKYT); Louisville, Ky. (WAVE); Memphis, Tenn. (WPTY); Nashville, Tenn. (WUXP); Paducah, Ky./Cape Girardeau, Mo. (KFVS); Raleigh, N.C. (WKFT); Tri-Cities, Tenn./Va. (WCYB). 

Clemson at South Carolina 
Augusta, Ga. (WRDW); Charleston, S.C. (WCSC); Charlotte, N.C. (WAXN); Columbia, S.C. (WIS); Florence, S.C. (WWMB); Greenville/Spartanburg, S.C. (WBSC). 

"SEC Football Today," JP Sports pre-game show will air at 12 p.m. ET (11 a.m. CT) on most of the above listed markets. Charles Davis is the show's host. 

REMAINDER OF TV SCHEDULE SET EXCEPT DEC. 1 
The remainder of the SEC football television schedule for the 2001 season is set with the exception of possible TV games on Dec. 1. 

On Nov. 17, five of six games involving SEC teams will be either on regional or national television. 

During the Thanksgiving Weekend (Nov. 22-24), all four games involving SEC games will be either on national television. 

Already scheduled for television on Dec. 1, will be Vanderbilt at Ole Miss on Jefferson-Pilot Sports (11:30 a.m. CT) and Tennessee at Florida on CBS Sports (4:30 p.m. ET). An announcement from ESPN concerning its television schedule for Dec. 1 will be made on Monday, Nov. 19. 

SEC IN THIS WEEK'S POLLS 


USA Today/ESPN (Nov. 11) 
No.     Team            	Record  Points 
 1.     Nebraska (30)   	11-0    1,469 
 2.     Miami, Fla. (28)        8-0     1,459 
 3.     FLORIDA (2)     	8-1     1,350 
 4.     Oklahoma        	9-1     1,329 
 5.     Texas           	9-1     1,261 
 6.     TENNESSEE       	7-1     1,183 
 7.     Oregon          	9-1     1,136 
 8.     Brigham Young   	10-0    1,055 
 9.     Maryland        	9-1     956 
10.     Washington State        9-1     926 
11.     Michigan        	7-2     902 
12.     Illinois                8-1     860 
13.     Syracuse        	8-2     703 
14.     Washington      	7-2     658 
15.     Stanford        	6-2     639 
16.     Colorado        	8-2     605 
17.     Virginia Tech   	7-2     505 
18.     AUBURN  		7-2     394 
19.     Louisville      	9-1     383 
20.     Florida State   	6-3     361 
21.     UCLA            	6-3     278 
22.     SOUTH CAROLINA  	7-3     251 
23.     Georgia Tech    	6-3     161 
24.     Marshall        	8-1     139 
25.     Fresno State    	8-2      74 

Others (SEC Only):  Georgia (57), 
Ole Miss (42), LSU (37), Arkansas (26). 

Associated Press (Nov. 11) 


No.     Team            	Record  Points 
 1.     Miami, Fla. (44)        8-0     1,768 
 2.     Nebraska (28)   	11-0    1,756 
 3.     Oklahoma        	9-1     1,609 
 4.     FLORIDA 		8-1     1,608 
 5.     Texas           	9-1     1,518 
 6.     TENNESSEE       	7-1     1,407 
 7.     Oregon          	9-1     1,388 
 8.     Brigham Young   	10-0    1,188 
 9.     Washington State        9-1     1,187 
10.     Maryland        	9-1     1,103 
11.     Michigan        	7-2     1,078 
12.     Illinois                8-1     1,020 
13.     Stanford        	6-2     917 
14.     Syracuse        	8-2     843 
15.     Colorado        	8-2     748 
16.     Washington      	7-2     722 
17.     AUBURN  		7-2     596 
18.     Virginia Tech   	7-2     459 
19.     Louisville      	9-1     417 
20.     UCLA            	6-3     379 
21.     Florida State   	6-3     368 
22.     SOUTH CAROLINA  	7-3     341 
23.     GEORGIA 		5-3     131 
24.     Marshall        	8-1     128 
25.     Ohio State      	6-3     112 
Others (SEC Only):  Arkansas (64), 
Ole Miss (63), LSU (17). 

FRESHMEN OF INFLUENCE 
This year, the SEC has had several freshman make an impact during the season. Georgia QB David Greene, Tennessee WR Kelley Washington, LSU WR Michael Clayton and Auburn RB Carnell Williams are pacing this year's freshman class. Below is a statistical look at these freshmen and how they stack up against other freshmen in SEC history. 

FRESHMEN PASSING YARDS 

 1.  3687 - Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky            2000 
 2.  2484 - Quincy Carter, Georgia              1998 
 3.  2276 - David Greene, Georgia               2001 
 4.  2261 - Tommy Hodson, LSU                   1986 
 5.  2242 - Stan White, Auburn                  1990 
 6.  2230 - Danny Wuerffel, Florida             1993 
 7.  2026 - Kent Austin, Ole Miss               1982 
 8.  1969 - Andrew Zow, Alabama         	1999 
 9.  1984 - Eric Zeier, Georgia                 1991 
10.  1866 - Rex Grossman, Florida               2000 

FRESHMAN RECEPTIONS 

 1.  71 - Jabar Gaffney, Florida                2000 
 2.  64 - Jerel Myers, LSU                      1999 
 3.  58 - Zola Davis, South Carolina            1995 
 4.  56 - Ronney Daniels, Auburn                1999 
 5.  53 - Terrence Edwards, Georgia             1999 
 6.  46 - Kelley Washington, Tennessee          2001 
 7.  45 - Gerald Mitchell, Vanderbilt           1985 
 8.  43 - Jermale Kelly, South Carolina         1993 
 9.  36 - Michael Clayton, LSU                  2001 

FRESHMAN RUSHING YARDS 

 1.  1616 - Herschel Walker, Georgia            1980 
 2.  1364 - Jamal Lewis, Tennessee              1997 
 3.  1341 - Emmitt Smith, Florida               1987 
 4.  939 - James Stewart, Tennessee             1991 
 5.  928 - Moe Williams, Kentucky               1993 
 6.  901 - Dalton Hilliard, LSU                 1982 
 7.  873 - Fred Taylor, Florida                 1994 
 8.  856 - Tony Green, Florida                  1974 
 9.  852 - Kevin Faulk, LSU                     1995 
10.  845 - Errict Rhett, Florida                1990 
11.  829 - Bo Jackson, Auburn                   1982 
12.  720 - John Bond, Miss. State               1980 
13.  704 - Aaron Hayden, Tennessee              1991 
14.  700 - Harvey Williams, LSU                 1986 
     700 - Derick Logan, Kentucky               1996 
16.  682 - LaBrandon Toefield, LSU              2000 
17.  668 - Cedric Cobbs, Arkansas               1999 
18.  589 - Shaun Alexander, Alabama             1996 
19.  588 - Gene Jelks, Alabama                  1985 
20.  575 - Carnell Williams, Auburn             2001 

SEC LEADING ACTIVE CAREER PERFORMERS 
[ ] - Current Rank in SEC Record Book 


Passing Yardage 
7,551 - Greg Zolman, Vanderbilt (1998- ) [10] 
6,336 - Wayne Madkin, Miss. State (1998- ) 
5,672 - Andrew Zow, Alabama (1998- ) 
5,277 - Phil Petty, South Carolina (1998- ) 
5,136 - Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky (2000- ) 
5,110 - Rex Grossman, Florida (2000- ) 
3,727 - Rohan Davey, LSU (1998- ) 
3,379 - Casey Clausen, Tennessee (2000- ) 
2,386 - Eli Manning, Ole Miss (2000- ) 
2,276 - David Greene, Georgia (2001- ) 
2,126 - Tyler Watts, Alabama (1999- ) 

Completions 
556 - Greg Zolman, Vanderbilt (1998- ) [13] 
462 - Wayne Madkin, Miss. State (1998- ) 
430 - Andrew Zow, Alabama (1998- ) 
428 - Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky (2000- ) 
421 - Phil Petty, South Carolina (1998- ) 
330 - Rex Grossman, Florida (2000- ) 
264 - Casey Clausen, Tennessee (2000- ) 
242 - Rohan Davey, LSU (1998- ) 
201 - Eli Manning, Ole Miss (2000- ) 
172 - Tyler Watts, Alabama (1999- ) 
170 - Robby Hampton, Arkansas (1999- ) 
164 - David Greene, Georgia (2001- ) 

Rushing Yardage 
2,495 - Joe Gunn, Ole Miss (1998- ) 
2,094 - Derek Watson, South Carolina (1999- ) 
1,937 - Earnest Graham, Florida (1999- ) 
1,929 - Travis Stephens, Tennessee (1997- ) 
1,852 - Rodney Williams, Vanderbilt (1998- ) 
1,802 - Dicenzo Miller, Miss. State (1998- ) 
1,787 - Robert Gillespie, Florida (1998- ) 
1,610 - Dontae Walker, Miss. State (1999- ) 
1,601 - Jasper Sanks, Georgia (1998- ) 
1,442 - Fred Talley, Arkansas (2000- ) 
1,363 - LaBrandon Toefield, LSU (2000- ) 
1,320 - Ahmaad Galloway, Alabama (1999- ) 
1,156 - Cedric Cobbs, Arkansas (1999- ) 

Receptions 
146 - Josh Reed, LSU (1999- ) [21] 
144 - Freddie Milons, Alabama (1998- ) 
136 - Terrence Edwards, Georgia (1999- ) 
127 - Jabar Gaffney, Florida (2000- ) 
126 - Reche Caldwell, Florida (1999- ) 
123 - Jerel Myers, LSU (1999- ) 
121 - Dan Stricker, Vanderbilt (1999- ) 
99 - Antonio Carter, Alabama (1999- ) 
89 - Derek Abney, Kentucky (2000- ) 
88 - Randy McMichael, Georgia (1999- ) 
85 - Derek Smith, Kentucky (1999- ) 
78 - Donte' Stallworth, Tennessee (1999- ) 

Reception Yardage 
2,572 - Josh Reed, LSU (1999- ) [7] 
2,209 - Jabar Gaffney, Florida (2000- ) 
2,050 - Dan Stricker, Vanderbilt (1999- ) 
1,916 - Terrence Edwards, Georgia (1999- ) 
1,903 - Reche Caldwell, Florida (1999- ) 
1,737 - Freddie Milons, Alabama (1998- ) 
1,578 - Jerel Myers, LSU (1999- ) 
1,311 - Donte' Stallworth, Tennessee (1999- ) 
1,240 - Antonio Carter, Alabama (1999- ) 
1,211 - Randy McMichael, Georgia (1999- ) 
1,168 - Derek Smith, Kentucky (1999- ) 

Tackles [Updated on Tuesdays during season] 
290 - Marquand Manuel, Florida (1998- ) 
283 - Ryan Clark, LSU (1998- ) 
267 - Trev Faulk, LSU (1999- ) 
255 - Kenny Harney, South Carolina (1998- ) 
247 - Saleem Rasheed, Alabama (1999- ) 
233 - Kalimba Edwards, South Carolina (1998- ) 
233 - Bradie James, LSU (1999- ) 
228 - Rashad Faison, South Carolina (1999- ) 
216 - Eddie Strong, Ole Miss (1998- ) 
214 - Nate Morrow, Vanderbilt (1998- ) 
207 - Dominique Stevenson, Tennessee (1998- ) 
203 - Pig Prather, Miss. State (1998- ) 
196 - Syniker Taylor, Ole Miss (1998- ) 
194 - Conner Stephens, Miss. State (1998- ) 
194 - Mario Haggan, Miss. State (1999- ) 
190 - Will Witherspoon, Georgia (1998- ) 
190 - Sheldon Brown, South Carolina (1998- ) 
186 - Tavarreus Pounds, Auburn (1998- ) 

Interceptions 
10 - Syniker Taylor, Ole Miss (1998- ) 
9 - Reggie Myles, Alabama (1998- ) 
8 - Bennie Alexander, Florida (1998- ) 
8 - Tim Wansley, Georgia (1998- ) 
7 - Damien James, LSU (1999- ) 
7 - Sheldon Brown, South Carolina (1998- ) 
7 - Lito Sheppard, Florida (1999- ) 
7 - Ryan Clark, LSU (1998- ) 
6 - Anthony Wajda, Kentucky (1998- ) 
6 - Todd Johnson, Florida (1999- ) 
6 - Marquand Manuel, Florida (1998- ) 

Pass Deflections 
37 - Syniker Taylor, Ole Miss (1998- ) 
34 - Sheldon Brown, South Carolina (1998- ) 
28 - Bennie Alexander, Florida (1998- ) 
25 - Tim Wansley, Georgia (1998- ) 
23 - Ryan Clark, LSU (1998- ) 
21 - Robert Cromartie, Florida (1998- ) 
21 - Andre Lott, Tennessee (1998- ) 
20 - Andre Goodman, South Carolina (1998- ) 
19 - Rashad Faison, South Carolina (1999- ) 
19 - Justin Coleman, Ole Miss (1998- ) 
19 - Reggie Myles, Alabama (1998- ) 
18 - Teddy Gaines, Tennessee (1998- ) 

Sacks 
30 - Alex Brown, Florida (1998- ) 
19 - John Henderson, Tennessee (1999- ) 
18 - Jarvis Green, LSU (1998- ) 
17.5 - Dennis Johnson, Kentucky (1998- ) 
16 - Will Overstreet, Tennessee (1998- ) 
16.5 - Kindal Moorehead, Alabama (1998- ) 
15 - Kalimba Edwards, South Carolina (1998- ) 
15 - Josh Mallard, Georgia (1998- ) 
15 - Jarret Johnson, Alabama (1999- ) 
14.5 - Charles Grant, Georgia (1999- ) 
13 - Carlos Hall, Arkansas (1998- ) 
10 - Doyle Crosby, Vanderbilt (1998- ) 

All-Purpose Yardage 
3,327 - Freddie Milons, Alabama (1998- ) 
3,172 - Domanick Davis, LSU (1999- ) 
3,151 - Robert Gillespie, Florida (1998- ) 
2,866 - Joe Gunn, Ole Miss (1998- ) 
2,870 - Dicenzo Miller, Miss. State (1998- ) 
2,832 - Derek Watson, South Carolina (1999- ) 
2,274 - Dontae Walker, Miss. State (1999- ) 
2,245 - Rodney Williams, Vanderbilt (1998- ) 
2,187 - Earnest Graham, Florida (1999- ) 
2,053 - Ryan Brewer, South Carolina (1999- ) 
2,050 - Terrence Edwards, Georgia (1999- ) 
1,766 - Eric Parker, Tennessee (1998- ) 

Total Offensive 
7,311 - Greg Zolman, Vanderbilt (1998- ) [9] 
6,486 - Wayne Madkin, Miss. State (1998- ) 
5,598 - Andrew Zow, Alabama (1998- ) 
5,408 - Phil Petty, South Carolina (1998- ) 
5,386 - Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky (2000- ) 
5,059 - Rex Grossman, Florida (2000- ) 
3,787 - Rohan Davey, LSU (1998- ) 
3,271 - Casey Clausen, Tennessee (2000- ) 
2,898 - Tyler Watts, Alabama (1999- ) 
2,397 - Eli Manning, Ole Miss (2000- ) 
2,298 - David Greene, Georgia (2001- ) 

Touchdowns Scored 
25 - Jabar Gaffney, Florida (2000- ) 
23 - Joe Gunn, Ole Miss (1998- ) 
21 - Earnest Graham, Florida (1999- ) 
20 - Robert Gillespie, Florida (1998- ) 
20 - Travis Stephens, Tennessee (1997- ) 
20 - Andrew Pinnock, South Carolina (1999- ) 
20 - Dicenzo Miller, Miss. State (1998- ) 
20 - LaBrandon Toefield, LSU (2000- ) 
18 - Reche Caldwell, Florida (1999- ) 
17 - Derek Watson, South Carolina (1999- ) 
17 - Terrence Edwards, Georgia (1999- ) 
17 - Rodney Williams, Vanderbilt (1998- ) 

Scoring 
341 - Jeff Chandler, Florida (1998- ) [*4] 
226 - Seth Hanson, Kentucky (1997- ) [**] 
207 - Damon Duval, Auburn (1999- ) 
205 - Alex Walls, Tennessee (1999- ) 
169 - John Corbello, LSU (1999- ) 
150 - Jabar Gaffney, Florida (2000- ) 
138 - Joe Gunn, Ole Miss (1998- ) 
126 - Earnest Graham, Florida (1999- ) 
120 - Robert Gillespie, Florida (1998- ) 
120 - Andrew Pinnock, South Carolina (1999- ) 
120 - Travis Stephens, Tennessee (1997- ) 
120 - LaBrandon Toefield, LSU (2000- ) 
120 - Dicenzo Miller, Miss. State (1998- ) 
108 - Reche Caldwell, Florida (1999- ) 
*-3rd in SEC Record Book for Most Points Scored by Kicking/
**-Tied for 14th in SEC Record Book for Most Points Scored by Kicking 
SEC - THE MOST COMPETITIVE CONFERENCE IN THE NATION 
SEC vs. SEC games are the most competitive in the nation. After 11 weeks, 38 SEC vs. SEC games have an average scoring margin of 15.13 points per contest. 34.2 percent of the SEC's 34 games (13-of-38) have been decided by five-points-or-less and half (19-of-38) have been decided by 10 points or less. Only 12 SEC games have been decided by more than 16 points. The Sun Belt Conference has the best percentage of close games at 38.9 percent by five points or less (7-of-18). Below is a chart showing how the SEC fares with other Division I-A conferences in average scoring margin for inter-conference matchups (percentage of games in parenthesis): 



Conference              1-5     	6-10    11-15   16-20   21+     AVERAGE 
Big Ten                 9 (26.5)        9       6       2       8       12.79 
Mid-American            9 (22.0)        11      3       6       12      14.02 
Sun Belt                7 (38.9)        2       2       3       4       14.44 
SOUTHEASTERN            13 (34.2)       6       7       1       11      15.13 
Atlantic Coast          7 (25.0)        9       1       1       10      15.18 
Mountain West           6 (26.1)        4       2       1       10      16.00 
Pacific-10              8 (23.5)        8       4       2       12      16.24 
Conference USA          6 (23.1)        4       3       5       8       17.04 
Western Athletic        6 (18.8)        6       1       2       17      18.81 
Big 12                  6 (15.4)        8       5       5       15      21.00 
Big East                0 (00.0)        2       2       0       18      32.09 

SEC HONORS GRIDIRON LEGENDS DURING WEEKEND OF CHAMPIONS 
Football legends from all 12 SEC schools will be honored at the annual SEC Legends Dinner presented by ALLTEL on Dec. 7 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Atlanta. 

Tickets for the SEC Legends Dinner are $85 each. For tickets and information, call 1-800-732-4849 or log on to secsports.com to order tickets online. 

Each week during the 2001 season on its website, secsports.com, the SEC will feature a legend that will be honored at the dinner from each school. 

This week's legend is Auburn's Mike Kolen (Linebacker, 1967-69). Kolen was named to Auburn's Team of the Century and was a member of the Tigers' All-Decade Team for the 1960s. He was a two-time All-SEC pick (1968-69) and a team captain in 1969. 

"Captain Crunch" helped lead the Tigers to two postseason bowl games (1968 - Sun; 1969 - Astro-Bluebonnet). 

Kolen was not taken until the 12th round of the 1970 NFL Draft but played eight seasons at linebacker with the Miami Dolphins in the NFL (1970-77). While with the Dolphins, he played in three Super Bowls (VI, VII, VIII) and was a member of the "No Name Defense." He is a member of the last NFL team to go undefeated in a season (1972, 17-0). 
 

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