Pac-12 Football Players of the Week – Week 10

Pac-12 Football Players of the Week – Week 10

OFFENSIVE: Luke Falk, RSR, QB, Washington State (Logan, Utah)
• Led the Cougars to a 24-21 win over Stanford, becoming the Pac-12’s all-time leader in career passing yards with 13,806, breaking Oregon State’s Sean Mannion’s record of 13,600.
• Completed 34-of-48 passes for 337 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.
• Trailing 21-17 entering the fourth quarter, Falk led WSU on an 11-play, 94-yard drive that lasted 4:56 for the game-winning touchdown drive.

EUGENE, OR – October 7: #4 Washington State QB Luke Falk during a game between the Oregon Ducks and Washington State Cougars in Eugene, OR. Washington State defeated Oregon 33-10 (Photo by Ben Ludeman / fi360 News).

DEFENSIVE: Manase Hungalu, SR, LB, Oregon State (Kailua-Kona, HI)
• Recorded a team-best 20 tackles in the game against California.
• Twenty tackles is the most by a Pac-12 player this season.
• The 20 is also tied for the fourth-best single-game output in Oregon State history.
• Thirteen of the 20 tackles were solo. One of the 20 was also a tackle for loss.

CORVALLIS, OR – October 26: #22 Stanford RB Cameron Scarlett is tackled by #55 Oregon State ILB Manase Hungalu during a game between the Oregon State Beavers and Stanford Cardinal in Corvallis, OR. Stanford beat Oregon State 15-14. (Photo by Ben Ludeman / fi360 News).

SPECIAL TEAMS: Dante Pettis, SR, PR (WR), Washington (San Clemente, Calif.)
• Pettis broke the NCAA record with the ninth punt return touchdown of his career, providing Washington with the early, go-ahead score in the Huskies’ 38-3 win over Oregon.
• Pettis’ 64-yard punt return for a TD early in the second quarter broke a 3-3 tie as Washington rolled to a 38-3 win. It was his fourth of the year (tying the Pac-12 record for TD punt returns in a season).
• With that return, he also became the Pac-12’s all-time leader in punt return yardage with 1,258 career punt return yards, passing Oregon’s Keenan Howry, and Oregon’s Sammie Stroughter.
• Pettis is one of just seven players in the nation this season with more than one punt return TD and the only one with more than two.
• In Saturday’s win, he also caught four passes for 87 yards, including a 47-yard touchdown.

Dante Pettis on a punt during the UCLA Bruins vs Washington Huskies at Huskies Stadium on October 28, 2017. (Photo by Jevone Moore / fi360 News)

OFFENSIVE: Demario Richard, ASU; Patrick Laird, CAL; Ronald Jones II, USC; Tyler Huntley, UTAH.
DEFENSIVE: Christian Sam, ASU; Bobby Okereke, STAN; John Houston Jr., USC; Sunia Tauteoli, UTAH; Ben Burr-Kirven, WASH; Justus Rogers, WSU.
SPECIAL TEAMS: Khaylan Thomas, ASU; Matt Anderson, CAL; Jake Bailey, STAN; Matt Gay, UTAH; Erik Powell, WSU.

Offensive Defensive Special Teams
Sep. 5 Josh Rosen, UCLA Devante Downs, CAL Jake Olsen, USC
Sep. 11 Sam Darnold, USC Peyton Pelluer, WSU Dante Pettis, WASH
Sep. 17 Luke Falk, WSU Devante Downs, CAL Dante Pettis, WASH
Sep. 25 Bryce Love, STAN Jack Jones, USC Brandon Ruiz, ASU
Oct. 2 Bryce Love, STAN Jahad Woods, WSU Erik Powell, WSU
Oct. 9 Khalil Tate, ARIZ Justin Reid, STAN Erik Powell, WSU
Oct. 16 Khalil Tate, ARIZ Jordan Kunaszyk, CAL Mitch Wishnowsky, UTAH
Oct. 23 Khalil Tate, ARIZ Colin Schooler, ARIZ Brandon Ruiz, ASU
Oct. 28 Khalil Tate, ARIZ Harrison Phillips, STAN Lucas Havrisik, ARIZ
Nov. 6 Luke Falk, WSU Manase Hungalu, OSU Dante Pettis, WASH
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