|Tennessee QB Tyler Bray was honored for his huge game against Troy. (US Presswire)|
They certainly both did on Saturday. Bray and Murray were honored as the SEC's co-offensive players of the week by the league's office for their huge performances in Week 10.
Bray broke Tennessee's school record for passing yards in a game in a 55-48 shootout victory over Troy. Bray completed 29 of 47 passes for 530 yards to go along with five TDs. He also had no turnovers and was not sacked.
Murray completed 21 of 28 passes for 384 yards and four TDs in a 37-10 win over Ole Miss. He was especially accurate in the second half, completing 13 of his last 15 attempts.
Other SEC awards:
Co-Offensive Linemen of the Week: LSU G La'el Collins (had 9 pancake blocks and helped LSU to 435 total yards of offense vs. Alabama) and Vanderbilt T Wesley Johnson (had 8 pancake blocks vs. Kentucky)
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