Week 11 didn’t bring out the best in SEC quarterback play.

Only one QB threw for 300 yards — Dak Prescott, in a losing effort.

Six QBs failed to throw for 150 yards, including Brandon Allen and Jacob Coker, who weren’t really asked to do much more than that.

Credit to Missouri’s Drew Lock, who played well and led the Tigers to an emotional win — and the title of Week 11 Valedictorian.

Drew Lock (Missouri): 19-28 for 244 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT

My take: What a game for the Tigers. After the news of Coach Pinkel came out the team really rallied around and showed some pride. Lock was on point and had his best game as a Missouri starter. Great performance and team win after all the controversy around campus and the coach being diagnosed with cancer.

Lock was accurate and confident and really beat a good BYU team

Grade: A-

Kyle Shumur (Vanderbilt): 13-26 for 166 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs

My take: Shurmur had his best game as a Vandy starter. No turnovers and they actually threw the ball!

Poor Kentucky has really struggled as of late as well. I think Shurmur has earned himself the starting job after his performance. He did miss a few easy throws again but overall played very solid.

Grade: B+

Brandon Allen (Arkansas): 9-16 for 141 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT

My take: Allen is probably playing the best football on any SEC quarterback right now. Although he was a little inaccurate, he still had a very solid game. They didn’t ask him to do much as the Razorbacks were able to control the line of scrimmage.

Allen is typically very accurate but he had some throws that were a little sporadic and his receivers bailed him out. Regardless, Arkansas is a very scary team right now.

Grade: B

Jacob Coker (Alabama): 15-25 for 144 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT

My take: Another game that Coker just had to manage. He made the throws that were needed and didn’t hurt the team.

Life is easy when you have a run game like Alabama has with Derrick Henry and the offensive line … and that defense.

Eventually he will have to win a game throwing the ball … right?

Grade: B

Brandon Harris (LSU): 21-35 for 271 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT

My take: Harris got off to a rough start and LSU got into a hole and couldn’t climb out. Fournette was held in check, which put more pressure on Harris. He made some good throws down the field but was harassed and unable to escape the pocket a couple of times. When that run game isn’t effective, the entire offense suffers.

Grade: B-

Dak Prescott (Miss. State): 22-43 for 300 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT

My take: Not a very good game for Prescott. His pocket awareness has really been an issue all season, and Alabama took advantage of that as they sacked him 9 times.

That Crimson Tide defense is a whole different animal. Prescott had some good throws but was held out of the end zone for the first time in longggg time.

Grade: B-

Treon Harris (Florida): 19-33 for 256 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs
My take: Harris had a decent game, especially in the first half. He escaped the pocket and used his mobility to make throws down the field. The Gamecocks tightened up a little during the second half and forced Harris to stay in the pocket.

Harris did have a few picks — and probably could have had more intercepted — the one right before half time was pretty crucial.

Grade: C

Greyson Lambert (Georgia): 12-17 for 97 yards, 0 TDs, 0 INTs

My take: Lambert got the nod this week against Auburn after a few weeks of quarterback musical chairs. It’s been a crazy year for the Bulldogs and the quarterback situation has been tough. Lambert at one point was statically the most accurate passer in the SEC and then it all just went down hill.

Relative to what he was asked to do, he played well against a pretty solid Auburn defense.

Grade: C

Jeremy Johnson (Auburn): 14-22, 61 yards, 0 TDs, 1 INT

My take: With Sean White still recovering from an injury that affected his performance, Johnson played OK, although he did turn the ball over on a pick. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Johnson back under center to start next week.

Grade: C-

Perry Orth (South Carolina): 13-24 for 163 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs

My take: The Gamecock offense was completely shut down in the first half, both on the ground and through the air. Orth, a Florida native, was having a hard time finding open receivers during the majority of the game.

They warmed up in the 4th quarter, as he showed his athleticism catching a wheel route for touchdown from Pharoh Cooper. He found Cooper for another touchdown on the ensuing drive to cut the game to 17-14, but the Gators scored on the next possession to pretty much ice the game. The picks hurt.

Grade: C-

Patrick Towles (Kentucky): 10-26 for 67 yards, 0 TDs, 1 INT

My take: Towles has really struggled the past few weeks, and Saturday was more of the same. The Wildcats inserted highly touted freshman QB Drew Barker and he actually played pretty well, throwing a TD pass to get the Wildcats (and Twitter) going.

I wouldn’t be surprised to see Barker starting from here on out.

Grade: D.

Josh Dobbs (Tennessee) 15-23 for 136 yards, o TDs, 1 INT

My take: Not Dobbs’ fault because he doesn’t set the schedule, but North Texas isn’t quite the same exam that Alabama is. Consider this a practice test.

Grade: Inc.

Kyler Murray (Texas A&M): 22-39 for 191 yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs

My take: Same situation as Dobbs, with better results against FCS Western Carolina. Murray played much better than last week. He still threw 2 picks but was more accurate. I don’t see him getting benched for the rest of the year and the quarterback situation at A&M is going to get interesting during the off-season.

One of these guys, Murray or Kyle Allen will have to transfer.

Grade: Inc.