Alabama linemen Quinnen and Jonah Williams land SEC player of the week awards

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Alabama has two players win league honors following the Crimson Tide's 29-0 victory at LSU

University of Alabama Jonah Williams and Quinnen Williams both landed SEC player of the week honors on Monday morning.

Quinnen Williams was named the defensive player of the week.

Per the release:

  • Williams led the Crimson Tide in production points in a 29-0 shutout win at No.3 LSU to share Alabama Defensive Player of the Week honors.
  • Named the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts against the Tigers.
  • Led the team with 10 total tackles, including seven solo stops.
  • Recorded a career-high 2.5 sacks (18 yards) and 3.5 tackles for loss (-19 yards).
  • Helped limit LSU to just 12 rushing yards as the Tide racked up five total sacks.
  • The Tigers managed just 196 total yards while punting on their first nine drives

Jonah Williams was named the offensive lineman of the week.

  • Williams once again turned in an elite performance, this time against one of the best defenses in college, as the Crimson Tide shutout No. 3 LSU in Death Valley
  • Williams led an offensive line that as a unit earned Alabama Offensive Player of the Week honors.
  • Recorded six knockdown blocks for the second straight game and third time this season as the Tide averaged 7.6 yards per carry on the ground.
  • Helped the Crimson Tide roll up 576 yards of total offense, including 281 on the ground, which is the most the Tide has rushed for against LSU since gaining 300 yards in 2002.
  • Williams did allow a sack or a pressure or commit a penalty.
  • The Alabama offensive line ranks fourth nationally and first in the SEC, allowing just .67 sacks per game.
  • Has not allowed a sack in 535 plays from scrimmage this season.

Both players were named players of the week by the coaching staff as well along with running back Damien Harris and the enitire starting line, Isaiah Buggs, Shyheim Carter, Anfernee Jennings, Xavier McKinney, Christian Miller and Dylan Moses on defense; and Ale Kaho on special teams.

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