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Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
There were many good players, but only the very best get the stickers for their helmets. These guys deserve the honors after strong games.
Texas Tech QB Graham Harrell: Became the leading career passing leader in Texas Tech history after passing for 454 yards to spark the Red Raiders' 58-28 victory over Kansas State. Harrell matched his career high with six touchdown passes as he tormented the Wildcats' beleaguered secondary as he jumped into seventh place on the NCAA's career passing list.
Oklahoma State WR/KR Dez Bryant: Grabbed three touchdown passes and added a 78-yard punt return for another score to lead the Cowboys' 56-28 victory over Texas A&M
Missouri RB Derrick Washington: Rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns and also added a 7-yard touchdown reception to pace the Tigers' 52-17 triumph over Nebraska -- the most lopsided loss in 53 years for the Cornhuskers.
Oklahoma LB Keenan Clayton: Produced 14 tackles, including two for losses, forced a fumble and notched a sack in the Sooners' 49-17 triumph over Baylor.
Kansas QB Todd Reesing: Orchestrated a comeback from a 20-point deficit early in the second half to lead the Jayhawks' 35-33 victory over Iowa State. Reesing passed for 260 of his 319 passing yards and all three touchdown passes in the second half as the Jayhawks produced a comeback that tied for the third-best in school history.