Greatest hits in the SEC: Week 8 edition
There were plenty of gigantic hits around the SEC this weekend. Check out the biggest thumps from another pivotal week in the SEC.
Ole Miss’ Laquon Treadwell throws crushing block against Texas A&M linebacker
Treadwell may be the top receiver when the 2016 NFL draft rolls around, and it’s not only because of his catching ability.
Treadwell threw a block yesterday in Ole Miss’ statement 23-3 victory over Texas A&M linebacker Shaan Washington, coming out of nowhere and lowering his shoulder to seal the edge on the run play and make his presence felt.
Watch Treadwell’s crushing block below:
Oh man ? https://t.co/ZmsJyU9QlJ
— Athlete Swag (@AthleteSwag) October 25, 2015
Myles Garrett continues to be a monster
Garrett is closing in on a number of SEC milestones his sophomore season at Texas A&M. This hit he laid on the Ole Miss running back is among the highlights.
This tackle for loss was one of the few bright spots in Texas A&M’s loss to Ole Miss, but certainly left a lasting impression.
Check out Garrett’s tackle for loss below:
Myles Garrett is a monster. pic.twitter.com/gtFaJeoO1Y
— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) October 25, 2015
Ryan Anderson seals Alabama win with sack-fumble
For a while, Alabama was very much on upset alert. However, the Tide turned in a strong second half, particularly on defense, which included a sack-fumble forced by Anderson.
The junior linebacker helped Alabama seal a 19-14 victory against Tennessee’s Josh Dobbs with his gargantuan hit, which led to a turnover.
Watch the blow below:
Daniel Moore would call his upcoming painting of this "The Strip" but he already did that one about Mike Price. https://t.co/jFnyNjXCer
— Matt Scalici (@MattScalici) October 24, 2015