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NO. 10 FLORIDA 14, NO. 4 LSU 6  BOXSCORE
Don't let the numbers fool you. Others might have had better totals, but RB Mike Gillislee had the most meaningful yards and touchdowns in the nation during Week 6 as he pushed Florida past LSU in the first of several heavyweight SEC bouts on tap this fall. Facing what many believed to be the best defensive front in the country, Florida's offensive line paved the way for Gillislee to batter the Tigers and wear them down after halftime. The two second-half touchdowns were the proof. And, lost in the big picture, how about this: Gillislee had 34 carries against LSU and was not stopped for a loss.
ATT YDS TD LONG
Week 6 34 146 2 12
Season 103 548 7 45
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NO. 14 OREGON STATE 19, WASHINGTON STATE 6  BOXSCORE
Resurgent Oregon State continued its impressive start on defense behind CB Jordan Poyer, who tied for the national single-game lead this fall with three interceptions against pass-happy Washington State. Poyer, who was the last Beaver (vs. Arizona in 2011) with multiple interceptions in a game, had the most INTs in a contest by a Beaver since 2003. His effort helped OSU hold an opponent out of the end zone for the first time since 2008 and gave the Beavers their first 4-0 start since 2002. 
S-A-TT TFL-YDS INT-YDS PBU
Week 6 4-0-4 1.0-1 3-52 1
Season 10-4-14 3.0-15 4-52  3
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NO. 6 SOUTH CAROLINA 35, NO. 5 GEORGIA 7  BOXSCORE
After nearly breaking away for a score a couple times in recent weeks, WR Ace Sanders finally took one to the house as he returned a punt 70 yards for a touchdown to give South Carolina an insurmountable 21-0 lead in the first quarter. Sanders muffed the catch before picking it up and zig-zagging through the Bulldogs' coverage to the end zone. It was his second career punt return for a touchdown and one that left  Gamecocks fans rocking in the stands.
PR-YDS LONG AVG TD
Week 6 2-70 70 35.0 1
Season 17-263 70 15.5 1