How are we already four weeks into the college football season? The season is flying by with some great games, and week four should be no different. This week’s guest picker, Ann Taylor, is no stranger to Front Porch Football. She is a special teams enthusiast, a diehard Gamecock and Terrier, and hails from Columbia, SC. Good luck Miss Taylor, and we wish all of you a happy weekend full of Southern College Football. Don’t forget to like and share with friends, as well as commenting with your thoughts and predictions!
Max McDougald presents SEC Game Balls of the Week.
Image from Lexington Herald-Leader
Offensive Game Ball – Benny Snell Jr
The recipient of the offensive game ball is Kentucky running back, Benny Snell Jr. The Sophomore Running Back from Westerville, Ohio played a key role in the Wildcats upset win over the hot South Carolina Gamecocks. He had 32 carries for 102 yards, and scored two touchdowns. He helped the Wildcats stay on the field with big run after big run, which helped defeat a solid South Carolina team. His clutch performance helped Kentucky open the year 3-0, and made him Front Porch Football’s SEC Offensive Player of the week.
In his Week 3 Recap, Chris gives his thoughts on Week 3. Tennessee lost in the last second to Florida. Vanderbilt defeats #18 Kansas State. South Carolina looked horrible against Kentucky, and LSU got destroyed. Forget everything you know.