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Monday Bulldog Football Notebook

He'd already earned a place in program history by repeating as a SEC Player of the Week. Specifically Defensive Lineman OTW, which Fletcher Cox earned after both the UAB and South Carolina games. In the process he became the first Bulldog since Don Smith in 1986 recognized for consecutive weeks.

Now, Cox is the first Bulldog ever, any position, to three-peat as once again the conference office tabbed him the week's top defensive lineman. Against Kentucky, Cox matched his season high tackles total with seven, as well as his two sacks in the South Carolina game. Up to then he had not bagged a quarterback this season; now Cox has 4.0 sacks in consecutive contests, albeit around an open date... Recommended Stories

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