Week 11 of this year's college football season provided us with even more dramatic games, and we saw several players have breakout performances. Here are our top players for week 11:
Johnathan Gray, Texas RB
Gray's ability to get in the end zone was a key component in the Longhorns' upset of West Virginia, which was ranked at number 23 going into Saturday. Gray finished the day with 10 carries for 101 yards and three touchdowns as Texas defeated the Mountaineers 33-16.
Gordon continued his terrific season against Purdue, rushing the ball 25 times for 205 yards and a touchdown in a 34-16 win for the Badgers. Gordon also caught three passes for 44 yards and a touchdown. Saturday was the third time that Gordon has surpassed 200 yards rushing in a single game this season.
Corey Coleman, Baylor, WR
Coleman was electric in Baylor's 48-14 rout of Oklahoma, catching 15 passes for 224 yards and a touchdown. Coleman was so good that he accounted for almost 58% of Bryce Petty's 387 passing yards.
Nick Chubb, Georgia, RB
Chubb rushed for 170 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries in Georgia's 63-31 offensive outburst against Kentucky. It will be interesting to see how Georgia uses two of the best running backs in college football when Todd Gurley returns to the team against Auburn this weekend.
Allen completed 19 of 29 passes for 277 yards and four touchdowns with just one interception as the Aggies shocked the third-ranked Auburn Tigers 41-38 in Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday. The upset came in Allen's first career SEC start.
Trevone Boykin, TCU, QB
Boykin was tremendous for the Horned Frogs yet again this week as TCU defeated the seventh-ranked Kansas State Wildcats. Boykin was a true dual-threat, completing 23 of 34 passes for 219 yards and a touchdown and rushing 17 times for 123 yards and three touchdowns. At this point, one has to believe that Boykin is a legitimate Heisman contender.
McKenzie returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown against Kentucky and later returned a punt for another touchdown. His special teams play helped spark a 63-point day for the Bulldogs.
Breon Borders, Duke, CB
Borders intercepted two passes Saturday against Syracuse to give the Blue Devils a 27-10 win in a conference game. Duke is at the top of the Coastal division of the ACC, and if the Blue Devils can hold on to their one-game lead, they can potentially get a rematch against Jameis Winston and Florida State in the ACC Championship.
Play of the Week: Utah drops the ball against Oregon
Kaelin Clay prematurely begins celebrating and fumbles at the one-yard line, allowing Oregon to take advantage of the situation and quickly tie the game.
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