Here’s a look at some of the statistical standouts from Week 11.

Most passing yards

  • Dak Prescott, Mississippi State — 22/43, 300 yards, 1 INT
  • Brandon Harris, LSU — 21/35, 271 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
  • Treon Harris, Florida — 19/33, 256 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs

Most rushing yards (individual)

  • Derrick Henry, Alabama — 22 carries, 204 yards, 2 TDs
  • Alex Collins, Arkansas — 16 carries, 141 yards, 2 TDs
  • Alvin Kamara, Tennessee — 15 carries, 127 yards, 2 TDs

Most receiving yards

  • Christian Kirk, Texas A&M — 9 receptions, 122 yards, 2 TDs
  • Fred Ross, Mississippi State — 8 receptions, 114 yards
  • Malachi Dupre, LSU — 8 receptions, 109 yards, 1 TD

Most total yards (team)

  • Texas A&M (vs. Western Carolina) — 583
  • Arkansas (vs. LSU) — 440
  • Missouri (vs. BYU) — 434

Most rushing yards (team)

  • Texas A&M (vs. Western Carolina) — 52 carries, 304 yards
  • Arkansas (vs. LSU) — 40 carries, 299 yards
  • Tennessee (vs. North Texas) — 48 carries, 237 yards

Most rushing yards allowed

  • LSU (vs. Arkansas) — 40 carries, 299 yards
  • Mississippi State (vs. Alabama) — 30 carries, 235 yards
  • Vanderbilt (vs. Kentucky) — 37 carries, 225 yards

Fewest rushing yards allowed

  • Florida (vs. South Carolina) — 23 carries, 21 yards
  • Missouri (vs. BYU) — 15 carries, 46 yards
  • Arkansas (vs. LSU) — 30 carries, 59 yards

Most passing yards allowed

  • Alabama (vs. Mississippi State) — 304
  • Arkansas (vs. LSU) — 271
  • South Carolina (vs. Florida) — 256

Fewest passing yards allowed

  • Georgia (vs. Auburn) — 62
  • Auburn (vs. Georgia) — 97
  • Tennessee (vs. North Texas) — 107