SEC Power Poll All-SEC Team: Running Backs
As mentioned earlier, the SEC Power Poll voters have compiled an All-SEC team of our own. We voted on each position and are now revealing our results. The offense is being revealed today, with the defense following later this week.
You can see the QB at Alligator Army, the Tight End at Leftover Hotdog, and the Offensive Line and Wide Receivers (coming soon) at TeamSpeedKills.
This year's winners for top RBs in the league are UGA's Knowshon Moreno and Alabama's Glen Coffee.
While UGA might not have enjoyed the type of season it had hoped for, it's not because of Moreno. He was electrifying week in and week out, rolling up seven 100-yard games as he and backfield buddy QB Matthew Stafford led the 'Dawgs to 32.1 ppg, second best in the conference. He averaged 5.9 YPC and tallied at least one TD in every game except the Tennessee game.
While Moreno and UGA got the majority of the preseason hype, Glen Coffee and the Tide made it abundantly clear early and often that they were not to be trifled with. While Coffee certainly benefited from Alabama's monstrous offensive line, he—and fellow RB Mark Ingram—were the steadying forces for Alabama's ball control offense.
Coffee registered five 100-yard games and averaged a robust 6.1 YPC. His numbers could've been much higher, but he split time with Ingram
Here's a look at their numbers and conference ranks*.
Rush Yards Per Game
Knowshon Moreno 111.5 (1)
Glen Coffee 102.9 (3)
Total Rushing Yards
Knowshon Moreno 1,338 (1)
Glen Coffee 1,235 (2)
Knowshon Moreno 16 (1)
Glen Coffee 9 (3)
Total Yards from Scrimmage
Knowshon Moreno 1,667 (1)
Glen Coffee 1,306 (3)
*regular season games only
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