College football scores, quick recaps, thoughts, and ranking of all the Week 4 SEC games.
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Georgia 37, Arkansas 10

– After a sluggish start – Arkansas was up 7-0 on a 49-yard Treylon Burks touchdown catch – Georgia woke up in the third quarter with two Stetson Bennett touchdown passes and a pick-six of Feleipe Franks by E Stokes to pull ahead. The Bulldogs scored 29 unanswered points.

– Franks threw for 200 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions, but the Hogs ran for just 77 yards on 28 carries. D’Wan Mathis got the start for Georgia, completing 8-of-17 passes for 55 yards and an interception before getting replaced.

– Georgia’s ground game didn’t get going. Zamir White ran for 71 yards and a score, but the team averaged just 2.9 yards per carry.

Player of the Game: Georgia QB Stetson Bennett completed 20-of-29 passes for 211 yards and two scores, and ran for 20 yards.

Stat of the Game: The two teams combined for 22 penalties and five turnovers.

Florida 51, Ole Miss 35

– Kyle Trask bombed away for 416 yards and six touchdowns – with four going to TE Kyle Pitts – as Florida scores first and never trailed. Ole Miss stuck around early with two Matt Corral touchdown passes to Dontario Drummond tying it at 14 – but 21 straight Gator points put it away.

– Under new head coach Lane Kiffin, Corral threw for 395 yards and three scores with a pick. He also ran for 50 yards.

– Elijah Moore caught ten passes for 227 yards for the Rebels, and Pitts led the Gators with 170 yards and four TDs on eight grabs.

Player of the Game: Florida QB Kyle Trask completed 30-of-42 passes for 416 yards and six scores.

Stat of the Game: The two teams combined for 1,255 yards – each went over 600 yards.

Auburn 29, Kentucky 13

– Auburn was in a fight up 15-13 late in the third quarter, but Bo Nix connected with Seth Williams and Eli Stove for touchdown passes to put it away. Williams made two short scoring grabs.

– Kentucky scored first on a 35-yard Kavosiey Smoke run, but Auburn answered with a DJ Williams scoring run and a two-point conversions for an 8-7 lead. The Tigers never trailed the rest of the way.

– Turnovers. Kentucky gave it up three times and the D didn’t come up with any takeaways. The momentum swung on a key fumble from QB Terry Wilson.

Player of the Game: Auburn QB Bo Nix completed 16-of-27 passes for 233 yards and three scores, and led the team with 34 rushing yards on five carries.

Stat of the Game: Time of Possession: Kentucky 36:29 – Auburn 23:31

Mississippi State 44, LSU 34

– Welcome to the Mike Leach offense, SEC. KJ Costello threw for 623 yards and five touchdowns as the Mississippi State offense got on the board first, and it never stopped. LSU was able to keep pace, and had a 24-20 lead in the third quarter, but a 75-yard catch-and-run for a score from Kylin Hill and a nine-yard Austin Williams touchdown grab pushed the Bulldogs ahead. LSU tied it at 34 midway through the fourth, but the Bulldogs scored ten unanswered points.

– Three Mississippi State players (Osirus Mitchell 183, Kylin Hill 158, JaVonta Payton 122) hit the 100-yard mark. LSU’s Terrace Marshall caught eight passes for 122 yards and two scores.

– Mississippi State turned it over four times and ran for nine net yards.

Player of the Game: Mississippi State QB KJ Costello completed 36-of-60 passes for 623 yards and five scores with two picks

Stat of the Game: Average Yards Per Catch: Mississippi State 17.3 – LSU 12.8