How about a few helmet stickers for a job well done:
Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia. Austin had 249 all-purpose yards in a 24-21 victory over Cincinnati, and had a crucial 23-yard catch on third-and-15 on the game-winning drive for the Mountaineers. On the day, he had 126 yards receiving, 117 yards in returns and 6 yards rushing.
B.J. Daniels, QB, USF. Daniels had a combined 371 yards of offense -- 117 yards rushing and 254 yards passing -- in a 37-17 win over Syracuse on Friday night. It was his second career game with more than 250 yards passing and 100 yards rushing; the first time was in 2009 against Louisville. It also was the second time this season Daniels went over 100 yards rushing in a game.
Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers. Sanu set the Big East single-season receptions record, catching 13 passes for 129 yards in a 27-12 victory over Army. Sanu now has 94 receptions this season, passing the mark of 92, set by Pittsburgh's Larry Fitzgerald in 2003.
Tino Sunseri, QB, Pitt. Sunseri was the guiding force for the Panthers in their 21-14 win over Louisville. Sunseri had one passing and one rushing touchdown, and went 16-of-22 for 196 yards in the game. His favorite receiver was Devin Street, who got his second consecutive 100-yard game.
Eain Smith, S, West Virginia. Smith came up with a huge play at the end of the game, blocking Tony Miliano's 31-yard field-goal attempt to preserve the 24-21 win over Cincinnati. It was the first blocked field goal of his career. It also was the first blocked field goal for West Virginia since 2004.