|THE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of October 9, 2004
Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Kellen Clemens, Oregon
Clemens took his Ducks on the road and pulled out a big win over Washington State. The junior QB completed 36 of 55 passes for 437 yards and 3 TDs without an INT.
Runner-Up: Sonny Cumbie, Texas Tech
Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma
Though he didn't score a TD, Peterson showed Saturday why he's the nation's best freshman. The Texas native ran the ball 32 times for 225 yards, a 7-yard per carry average.
Runner-Up: Anthony Davis, Wisconsin
Kerry Wright, Middle Tennessee
Wright hauled in three TD catches on Saturday as the Blue Raiders knocked off then Sun Belt-leading Arkansas State. On the day, the senior hauled in 9 receptions for 178 yards (19.8 AVG).
Runner-Up: Britton Komine, Hawaii
The Badgers have been overlooked time and time again this season and in years past. Barry Alvarez's team, led by star RB Anthony Davis, went in to Columbus and spanked Ohio State this past weekend.
Runner-Up: Oklahoma State & Texas Tech
California at Southern Cal
This game was hyped as one of the PAC 10's biggest in many years, and the matchup was a doozy. USC pulled ahead and led most of the way, and a late Cal rally wasn't quite enough to end the Trojans' streak.
Runner-Up: LSU at Florida
Tennessee over (3) Georgia
After the Vols were hammered in Knoxville by Auburn and UGA took it to LSU last week, who would've thought this would happen? The SEC East race is wide open again, and perhaps we now know Auburn is king of the SEC.
Runner-Up: North Carolina over NC State
Past Weeks: Week One | Week Two | Week Three | Week Four | Week Five
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