SEC Bowl Games: 5 Players Who Will Have the Biggest Stats in Bowl Play

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SEC Bowl Games: 5 Players Who Will Have the Biggest Stats in Bowl Play
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Tyler Wilson has had a monster 2011 season.  Impressive, seeing he had the stressful and unenviable task of replacing popular QB Ryan Mallett this offseason.

Wilson leads the SEC, and is 15th in the nation in passing yards, with 3,422 pass yards on the season.

Arkansas, after a solid 10-2 season, will play Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl on January 6th.

This matchup is great news for the Arkansas quarterback, as the Kansas State defense ranks 104th in the nation in stopping the pass, allowing a poor 267 passing yards a game.

The porous Wildcat defense allowed over 450 passing yards to other prolific passing offenses from Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State this year.

On the flip side, against another Big 12 team earlier in the season, Texas A&M, Tyler Wilson threw for a ridiculous 510 yards and three touchdowns.

Look for a huge day from the talented junior quarterback.

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