ATHENS - Georgia was well-represented on the SEC's list of weekly honors.
Senior cornerback Sanders Commings shared SEC co-defensive player of the week honors with Ole Miss freshman linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche. Commings had two interceptions in the final six minutes to help seal Georgia's 51-44 win over Tennessee. (Nkemdiche had 11 tackles, a sack and two forced fumbles in his team's 33-14 loss at Alabama.)
Meanwhile, freshmen tailbacks Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley shared co-freshman of the week honors along with Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel. It was Marshall's first time being honored this year, but makes the third time Gurley has been an SEC freshman of the week.
Marshall had a game-high 164 yards on just 10 carries against Tennessee. The vast majority of it came on touchdown runs of 75 and 72 yards. Gurley also had a big game, racking up 130 yards on 24 carries, including three touchdowns. Gurley leads the SEC in rushing and scoring.
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The pair are now regularly called "Gurshall" by teammates.
Manziel was also named SEC offensive player of the week after setting an SEC and Texas A&M record with 557 yards in a 58-10 win over Arkansas.