Here’s a look at the SEC’s top position groups from Week 14:

QUARTERBACKS  — Auburn: Nick Marshall had one of his best games as a passer in Saturday’s Iron Bowl loss to Alabama, throwing for 456 yards and three touchdowns in his final regular season game as a college quarterback. Auburn is known for its potent rushing attack, but Marshall picked a capable Alabama defense apart through the air, completing almost 63 percent of his passes with just one interception on the night. His previous season-high through the air was 254 yards, and his previous career-high was 339 yards. Marshall was dynamic against the Tide, posting the best performance by any quarterback in the SEC in Week 14.

RUNNING BACKS — Alabama: The Tide’s tailback tandem of T.J. Yeldon and Derrick Henry combined to rush for 199 yards and three touchdowns against a lackluster Auburn defense, posting a combined average of 8.3 yards per carry against the Tigers. While other backfields throughout the conference had productive days over the weekend, none of them were as consistent and as overwhelming as Alabama’s rushing attack. Amari Cooper will receive plenty of credit for Alabama’s offensive explosion, and all of that credit is well-deserved, but Yeldon and Henry were both major contributors to the victory as well.

WIDE RECEIVERS — Auburn: Duke Williams pulled in seven receptions for 121 yards in his return to the Auburn lineup, Sammie Coates erupted for his best game of the year in catching five passes for 206 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Quan Bray added four catches for 74 yards and a touchdown in Auburn’s loss to ‘Bama. The Tigers wideouts had their most productive outing of the season, adding a number of downfield threats to an already explosive Auburn rushing attack. Alabama came away with the victory, but it couldn’t stop the Tigers from scoring 44 points on Saturday night.

OFFENSIVE LINE — Arkansas: The Razorbacks did a fine job limiting a dangerous Missouri defensive line on Friday, allowing tailbacks Jonathan Williams and Alex Collins to run for more than five yards per carry while holding the Tigers without a sack on the day. Many Mizzou defensive linemen still had productive outings in Week 14, but all in all the Arkansas offensive line held the Tigers in check, warranting recognition as the best offensive line of the week.

DEFENSIVE LINE — Ole Miss: The Rebels defensive line dominated the battle in the trenches against Mississippi State, limiting a consistent MSU rushing attack to just 3.5 yards per carry in addition to sacking quarterback Dak Prescott three times on Saturday. As a result, the Bulldogs mustered a season-low 17 points on offense and Prescott managed just 48 yards on a whopping 24 carries. Ole Miss was the better team in almost every way on Saturday, but especially along the defensive line.

LINEBACKERS — LSU: The Tigers’ linebackers made plays all over the field in stifling a productive Texas A&M offense on Saturday, limiting the Aggies to just 228 yards for the game and just 144 yards through the air. Linebackers Jerjmauria Rasco, Kendell Beckwith and Kwon Alexander combined to make 22 tackles along with two sacks and 4.5 tackles for loss, and they helped hold Texas A&M to just 84 yards rushing. A&M’s 17 points were its second-fewest in a game this season, due in large part to the play of LSU’s linebackers at the heart of the Tigers defense.

DEFENSIVE BACKS — Florida: The Gators lost their game to Florida State on the offensive side of the ball, but their defense, specifically their secondary, was a major reason UF was within one score in the final minutes of the game. The Gators intercepted reigning Heisman winner Jameis Winston four times on Saturday, limiting FSU to just 12 completions for 125 yards. The Seminoles’ previous season-lows for completions and yards were 21 for 261 yards. The turnovers forced by Florida’s secondary kept UF alive against the nation’s lone remaining unbeaten, earning recognition as the conference’s best secondary on the final weekend of the season.