Both are off to a great start in the 2005 campaign but one of them had a rough go of it in week three.
Murphy turned in one of the state's top rushing performances last week in Rayville's 42-6 victory over Vidalia.
The 4-star back ran wild for 303 yards and five touchdowns on 15 carries.
Things were not as good for Scott.
He entered week three averaging more than 200 yards a game but yards were a lot harder to come by in Jonesboro-Hodge's 42-0 loss to Minden High School.
The nation's 13th ranked back had little room to run and was held to just 21 yards on 11 rushed.
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