NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
RB Brian Calhoun, Wisconsin
35 rushes, 197 yards, 5.6 ypc, 5 TD
Brent Meyer, Iowa State
The sophomore out of Chicago led the Cyclones to a huge Big XII road victory at Texas A&M on Saturday. Meyer completed 20 of 32 passes for 371 yards and four touchdowns without throwing an INT in the 42-14 ISU victory.
Runner-Up: Rudy Carpenter, Arizona State : 401 yds, 3 TD
TOP RUNNING BACK
Tyrone Moss, Miami
The junior, a Pompano Beach native, helped the Hurricanes recover from a halftime deficit to knock off UNC Saturday afternoon. Moss ran two dozen times for 195 yards, an average of more than 8 per carry, and four TDs in the win.
Runner-Up: Andre Brown, NC State : 248 yds, 2 TD
TOP WIDE RECEIVER
Todd Blythe, Iowa State
The sophomore caught a large portion of QB Brent Meyer's passes in the ISU victory over Texas A&M. Blythe hauled in eight passes for 214 yards, nearly 27 yards per catch, and all four of Meyer's six-point passes in the victory.
Runner-Up: Michael Thomas, Arizona : 162 yds, 1 TD
The Scarlet Knights took down Navy 31-21 on Saturday, earning their sixth win of the 2005 season and becoming bowl eligible for the first time since 1992. It's the first time Rutgers has been 6-2 in over twenty-five years.
Runner-Up: Central Michigan - (W) over Toledo
UCLA over Stanford
The Bruins were down 24-3 with less than ten minutes to go in the game on the road but scored 21 straight points to end regulation and then added a game-winning TD in overtime to stay a perfect 8-0 on the season.
Runner-Up: Florida State over Maryland
South Carolina over Tennessee
Steve Spurrier continued his magic against the Volunteers on Saturday in Knoxville. It was UT coach Phil Fulmer's first ever loss to USC, a game decided by a 49-yard Josh Brown field goal with less than three minutes to go.
Runner-Up: Kansas over Missouri
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