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D Wizzle's Week Four College Football Awards

D WizzleSenior Analyst ISeptember 26, 2008
ACC Player of the Week: North Carolina State QB Russell Wilson
Wilson threw for three touchdowns to help North Carolina State upset East Carolina in overtime, 30-24.

Big 12 Player of the Week: Colorado WR Josh Smith
Smith caught one score and had five catches for 75 yards in the upset win over West Virginia.

Big East Player of the Week: Connecticut RB Donald Brown
Brown wins this award for the third week in a row, as he ran for 150 yards and two touchdowns against Baylor.

Big 10 Player of the Week: Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor
Pryor threw four touchdowns to lead Ohio State to a 28-10 win over Troy.

Conference USA Player of the Week: Marshall WR Darius Passmore
Passmore caught nine passes for 139 yards in the win over Southern Miss. He also ran 80 yards for a score and caught a 27-yard touchdown pass.

MAC Player of the Week: Ball State RB MiQuale Lewis
Lewis ran for four scores against Indiana to lead Ball State to a 42-20 win.

Mountain West Player of the Week: UNLV QB Omar Clayton
Clayton led UNLV to a 34-31 overtime win against Iowa State on Saturday night. He threw for three touchdowns and ran another one in for 30 yards. He also threw for the winning score in overtime.

Pac-10 Player of the Week: Arizona TE Rob Gronkowski

Gronkowski had two touchdowns to lead Arizona to a big 31-10 win over UCLA.


SEC Player of the Week: LSU WR Brandon LaFell

LaFell caught four passes for 92 yards to lead LSU to the come-from-behind win over Auburn. LaFell caught the 18-yard touchdown pass from Jarrett Lee in the fourth quarter that gave LSU the lead for good.


Sun Belt Player of the Week: Louisiana-Lafayette RB Tyrell Fenroy

Fenroy had three scores and ran for 194 yards to help ULL defeat Kent, 44-27.


WAC Player of the Week: Boise State QB Kellen Moore

Moore threw for 366 yards and three touchdowns to lead Boise State to a 37-32 upset win against Oregon.

Upset of the Week: Boise State 37, Oregon 32
Even though Oregon didn't have some of its quarterbacks, not many expected Boise State to beat Oregon on the road.

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