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SEC rushing leaders, through this past weekend. Remember that the rushing crown is based on per game average, not total yards, as a team bound for Atlanta would have two more games over a team that doesn't qualify for a bowl.

 

RUSHING Cl G Att. Yards Avg. TD Long Avg/G
1. Mark Ingram-UA SO 8 153 1004 6.6 8 54 125.5
2. Anthony Dixon-MS SR 8 182 1001 5.5 9 57 125.1
3. Ben Tate-AU SR 9 193 1067 5.5 6 60 118.6
4. M. Hardesty-UT SR 8 166 841 5.1 8 43 105.1
5. Derrick Locke-UK JR 8 125 597 4.8 4 31 74.6
6. T. Tebow-UF SR 8 139 551 4.0 8 30 68.9
7. Warren Norman-VU FR 9 104 593 5.7 3 58 65.9
8. J. Demps-UF SO 8 63 488 7.7 5 41 61.0
9. Michael Smith-AR SR 6 56 360 6.4 2 33 60.0
10. D. McCluster-UM SR 8 82 473 5.8 2 79 59.1

 

On Saturday, I was commenting to a friend that Auburn can't return a punt more than three yards. Although I thought I was exaggerating, it's eerie how true that statement really was--dead last in the conference with a 3.4 yard average.

PUNT RETURN AVG G No. Yards TD Avg.
1. LSU 8 19 329 1 17.3
2. Alabama 8 26 414 0 15.9
3. Kentucky 8 17 262 1 15.4
4. Georgia 8 14 166 0 11.9
5. Ole Miss 8 16 175 0 10.9
6. Miss. State 9 11 115 1 10.5
7. Tennessee 8 9 90 0 10.0
8. South Carolina 9 15 147 0 9.8
9. Florida 8 21 127 1 6.0
10. Arkansas 8 12 70 1 5.8
11. Vanderbilt 9 24 94 0 3.9
12. Auburn 9 15 51 0 3.4