Sunday, November 8, 2009
Pac-10 helmet stickers, Week 10
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
Who stood out in Week 10?
Toby Gerhart, RB, Stanford: Gerhart ran for a school-record 223 yards and three touchdowns in the Cardinal's 51-42 upset of Oregon. He now ranks No. 2 in the nation with 135 yards rushing per game. He's scored 16 touchdowns. Heisman Trophy candidate?
Sean Canfield, QB, Oregon State: Canfield passed for 342 yards and two touchdowns, completing 29-of-39 of his throws in Oregon State's 31-14 win over California. He also ran for a TD. Canfield has completed just under 70 percent of his throws this season.
Kevin Craft, QB, UCLA: Craft, a senior, has had an tough ride with the Bruins but he's also had some nice moments, such as the comeback victory over Washington. Coming off the bench for injured starter Kevin Prince, he completed 10 of 14 passes for 159 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He rallied the Bruins from a nine-point, third-quarter deficit to a 24-23 victory.
Joe Halahuni, TE, Oregon State: The pride of Orting, Wash., caught six passes for 128 yards in the Beavers' win over California. After having 127 receiving yards in his first six games, Halahuni now has eclipsed 127 yards receiving in two of the past three games.
Jim Harbaugh, coach, Stanford: That's how you come out of a bye week. While few thought Stanford could handle speedy Oregon, Harbaugh and his staff prepared a perfect offensive game plan and convinced the Cardinal they could beat the mighty Ducks. Stanford, now 6-3, is now bowl eligible for the first time since 2001.