With the huge win comes huge rewards for Arkansas. Jasen Vinlove USA TODAY Sports

The Razorbacks walked away with more than the Golden Boot Trophy this weekend, as two players emerged from the 31-14 victory over LSU honored with individual SEC player of the week awards.

Junior lineman Dan Skipper walked away as the league's most recognized offensive lineman:

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• Arkansas ran the ball on 40 of 56 offensive plays, rushing for a season-high 299 yards with three touchdowns - most rushing yards against LSU since Sept. 20, 2014.

• Sixth time this season, including five of six SEC games, Arkansas has rushed for over 200 yards compared to five times in 2014 and once in SEC action.

• Arkansas leads the SEC with five 200-yard rushing games in SEC play and is second yards per game (204.3).

• Arkansas' 299 yards rushing at No. 9 LSU were its most in an SEC game since it had 385 at LSU on Nov. 23, 2007.

• Arkansas had three runs of 25-plus yards by three different players in its win at No. 9 LSU.

• Running back Alex Collins reached the 100-yard plateau for an SEC-best eighth time this season, while three players rushed for over 70 yards.

While linebacker Dre Greenlaw was named as the best rookie in the conference last weekend:

• Led Arkansas in tackles for the fifth time since entering the starting lineup in week three.

• His 12 tackles at LSU marked his fourth double-digit performance in the last six games.

• Forced a fumble on his first career sack at No. 9 LSU which led to a touchdown and a 21-0 Arkansas lead.

• Has 65 tackles over his last six games.

• Leads Arkansas and ranks sixth in the SEC with 84 tackles.

• Tops among SEC rookies and tied for second nationally among FBS freshman with 84 stops on the year.

It's a great week to be associated with the Razorbacks.