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After LSU's dominant performance over Arkansas on Saturday night, sophomore running back Derrius Guice was named co-SEC offense player of the week.

Senior offensive lineman Ethan Pocic was named co-SEC offensive lineman of the week. Per

Derrius Guice, RB, LSU

-Rushed for a career-best 252 yards and 2 TDs in 38-10 win over Arkansas.

-Broke the LSU record for longest rushing TD with a 96-yard run in the fourth quarter.

-It was also the longest scoring play from scrimmage in LSU history.
Averaged 12.0 yards per carry as the Tigers racked up 390 rushing and five rushing TDs in the win over the Razorbacks.

-The 252 yards is the second-highest total in school history.

Ethan Pocic, C, LSU

-Played every snap (67) in LSU's 38-10 win over Arkansas.

-Led LSU with 11 knockdown blocks as the Tigers racked up 547 total yards, including 390 on the ground, in the victory.

-LSU averaged 7.6 yards on 51 rushing attempts ... Helped pave the way for Derrius Guice's 252 rushing yards, the second-highest total in LSU history.

-Guice also scored on the longest play from scrimmage in LSU history, a 96-yard run in the fourth quarter that put the game out of reach.

-Its the fourth time in five games under Ed Orgeron that LSU has broken an offensive school record.
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4 offensive records in 5 Just goes to show you how much CLM felt about preserving LSU's glorious history...
Reply53 months
surprising. Pocic didnt have a very good game
Reply53 months
Major props to the writer for using "dominant" instead of "dominate". I swear half of this country doesn't know the difference.
Reply53 months
But I thought Pocic was just like the worst lineman ever?
Reply53 months
Was thinking the same thing as I was reading
53 months
The rant knows
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