Who showed out on gameday during Week 5 of the SEC season? Here’s a quick glance:

ARKANSAS: Alex Collins continued his stellar start to his sophomore season with a 132-yard effort on the ground against Texas A&M. His 50-yard gallop to the end zone in the second quarter was his sixth touchdown of the season.

AUBURN: Senior wideout Quan Bray notched his first-ever multi-touchdown receiving game on the Plains, catching three passes for 91 yards and a couple scores during a 45-17 win over Louisiana Tech. He also returned a punt 76 yards for a score.

GEORGIA: Todd Gurley rushed for a career-high 208 yards including a 54-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter and the game-winning conversion on 4th-and-3 with Tennessee out of timeouts.

KENTUCKY: Defensive end Bud Dupree sealed the edge and helped keep Vanderbilt’s Ralph Webb in check with four tackles, 1.5 sacks and 1.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage.

LSU: What else does Brandon Harris have to prove to win the Tigers’ starting quarterback job? After three turnovers from Anthony Jennings in the opening quarter against New Mexico State, Harris came in and promptly led LSU on four touchdown drives before intermission.

MISSOURI: The offense sputtered throughout, but Russell Hansbrough was a force in the red zone with three touchdowns including the game-winning score with 96 seconds remaining.

OLE MISS: Laquon Treadwell caught five passes for 123 yards and two scores as the Rebels avoided an upset loss to Memphis.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Do we have 11 stickers? Lorenzo Ward’s defense deserves an entire roll for the death grip they put on Maty Mauk and Mizzou … until the final seven minutes of game. Still, improvement was made and that’s a positive sign for the SEC’s worst unit coming in.

TENNESSEE: Justin Worley’s heroic three-touchdown effort between the hedges wasn’t enough after a late fumble recovery by Georgia in the end zone doomed the Vols. Worley missed four series in the second half with an elbow injury but returned to spark Tennessee.

TEXAS A&M: Quarterback Kenny Hill made not have been very sharp the first three quarters, but Texas A&M’s standout sophomore came through in the clutch with two touchdown passes in the final frame and one in overtime to help the Aggies recover from a 14-point deficit.

VANDERBILT: Maybe Darrius Sims should get a few touches on offense too? The Commodores defensive back who returned a pair of kickoffs for scores against South Carolina last weekend accounted for Vanderbilt’s only score against Kentucky, a nifty 13-yard pick-six.