|THE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of October 2, 2004
Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo
Gradkowski, one of America's best unknown QBs, completed 26 of 34 passes for 455 yards against Ball State. The junior threw 6 touchdowns without an interception in the game.
Runner-Up: Kyle Orton, Purdue
Ryan Moats, Louisiana Tech
Moats ran the ball 34 times for 236 yards (6.9 AVG) Saturday night as LA Tech upset (15) Fresno State. The junior scored 4 TDs and already has over 900 rushing yards this season.
Runner-Up: DeAngelo Williams, Memphis
Chase Lyman, California
Lyman caught just five passes on Saturday but totaled 176 receiving yards (35.2 AVG) in the Bears' win at Oregon State. The senior hauled in three of the five passes for touchdowns.
Runner-Up: Taylor Stubblefield, Purdue
The Tigers, led by QB Jason Campbell, went on the road to Knoxville and dismantled the Tennessee Volunteers. With two NFL caliber running backs, this team looks like the class of the SEC.
Runner-Up: Georgia & Purdue
West Virginia at Virginia Tech
This certainly won't be the prettiest game you ever see, but the hatred between these two teams was evident. Both teams wanted this game badly, and the outcome came right down to the final minute.
Runner-Up: Wake Forest at NC State
Northwestern over (10) Ohio State
The Wildcats took a three-point lead at the break and then expanded it early in the third quarter. OSU rallied late in the fourth to force OT, but the 'Cats scored the winning TD in the extra period.
Runner-Up: Louisiana Tech over (15) Fresno State
Past Weeks: Week One | Week Two | Week Three | Week Four
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