How about a few helmet stickers on the final week of the regular season for a job well done.
Tavon Austin, KR, West Virginia. Austin returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown in a 30-27 win over USF, becoming the first Mountaineer to score on at least two kickoff returns in a season since Shawn Terry scored on three in 2000.
Tyler Bitancurt, K, West Virginia. Bitancurt made a 28-yard field goal with no time left to give the Mountaineers a 30-27 win over USF, clinching a share of the Big East championship. Bitancurt did have a miss in the game, but he also made a total of three field goals, including one from 42 yards.
Kevin Harper, K, Pitt. Harper kicked a career-high four field goals in a 33-20 win over Syracuse. Harper made kicks from 37, 47 and two from 36 in the victory, though he did miss one from 44 yards.
Brandon Lindsey, DE, Pitt. Lindsey was a huge reason why Pitt beat Syracuse 33-20. He had a hand in half of Syracuse's six turnovers -- with two forced fumbles and an interception that directly led to 13 points. Lindsey added a sack, three quarterback hurries and six total tackles.
Walter Stewart, DE, Cincinnati. Stewart got the game started with a huge play, snatching the ball out of Johnny McEntee's hands in the end zone for a defensive score, as the Bearcats went on to beat UConn. It was the first touchdown of Stewart's career. He was credited with a sack, tackle for loss, forced fumble and fumble recovery on the play.
Derek Wolfe, DT, Cincinnati. Wolfe recorded 10 tackles, 2.5 sacks and five tackles for loss in a 35-27 win over UConn. Wolfe moves into fourth place on the school career sacks list with 19.5, and 10th on the career tackles for loss list with 35.