The Big 12 has named its weekly player honors, as voted on by a panel of media.
Josh Stewart, WR, Oklahoma State: Stewart broke a 46-yard touchdown run and caught 13 passes for 172 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Saturday's 55-34 win over West Virginia. Both of his scores were from at least 20 yards. His 13 catches were the second-most in school history. This is also four of the past five weeks in which the offensive award has been won at the expense of West Virginia's defense. The one week it didn't? The Mountaineers had a bye.
Meshak Williams, DE, Kansas State: Williams had seven tackles, including three for losses and a pair of sacks. He broke up a pass and helped K-State hold TCU to 10 points in Saturday's 23-10 win over the Horned Frogs. It was the lowest point output at home during Gary Patterson's tenure at TCU.
Justin Gilbert, KR, Oklahoma State: Gilbert returned a kick 96 yards for a touchdown in the win over West Virginia. He tied the Big 12 record held by Brandon Banks of K-State with his fifth return, passing up K-State's Tyler Lockett, a sophomore with four career returns. The five scores are second-most among active NCAA players.