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David Manning-USA TODAY Sports
There were plenty of SEC players that had great season's this year including AJ McCarron, Johnny Manziel, and Tre Mason. But if ESPN's Chris Low had to pick an SEC MVP for the year, he would go with South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw.
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But with 2013 officially in our rear-view mirror, and an entire body of work to evaluate (counting the bowls), South Carolina’s Connor Shaw would get my vote as the SEC’s most valuable player.
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With Shaw, his heart was right there front and center every time he stepped onto the field, and the only thing he ever cared about was South Carolina finishing the game with one more point than the other team.
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He’s one of the most oblivious players I’ve ever covered when it comes to statistics, where he ranks and what he’s accomplished from a numbers standpoint.

Yet, his statistics this season speak for themselves. He threw 24 touchdown passes and only one interception. He accounted for 31 touchdowns, including six rushing and one receiving.
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Shaw is a special, no doubt about it. He has to be one of the most underrated QBs in SEC history. I guess in a year when the conference had all the "M" QBs it's understandable, but still, Shaw is special.
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1 int all year is pretty damn impressive.
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