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Marshawn Powell, SEC Player of the Week

Big plays for the junior in games against all the Tigers this week makes Marshawn the 13th Razorback player to be named SEC Player of the Week

Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports

With a win away from Bud Walton Arena over the Auburn Tigers and a win at home against the Missouri Tigers, the Hogs have created a big stir and have created a little momentum for themselves. On Monday, the SEC named Marshawn Powell the SEC Player of the Week. Powell was a big factor in both games and scored 24 points against Missouri and 20 points against Auburn.

While his rebounding was subpar against Missouri with only bringing in 2, his 9 rebounds against Auburn were key and almost resulted in his 4th double double on the season.

He also moved into 24th on the Razorbacks all-time scoring list, 20th on average ppg (players playing 70 games or more), and has continued to hold his shooting percentage over 50% for his career.

Hats off to Marshawn Powell.

I'm sure BJ Young was #2 on the POTW this week as he had 43 points over the last two games and made all the big shots at the end of both games. They both amassed 7+ rebounds and 4+ rebounds, but the edge on Turnovers was certainly Powell's as BJ turned it over 6 times in the last two games.