NCF Nation: Jeff Rodgers
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
After the first game in Oklahoma State history where the Cowboys produced a 300-yard passer, a 200-yard receiver and a 200-yard rusher, it was too hard to separate the contributions of WR Dez Bryant, RB Kendall Hunter and QB Zac Robinson.
So I took the easy way out and gave all three of them one in a collective effort.
Here are my choices for helmet stickers this week.
Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford: Passed for 395 yards and a career-high five TD passes to lead the Sooners' 52-26 victory over Cincinnati. The fourth-ranked Sooners extended the nation's longest home winning streak to 20 games.
Oklahoma State's playmakers: Hard to separate the sticker among WR Dez Bryant (nine receptions, 236 receiving yards, three TDs, 71-yard punt return for TD), RB Kendall Hunter (210 rushing yards, two TDs) and QB Zac Robinson (320 yards, three passing TDs) in the Cowboys' 56-37 spanking of Houston.
Kansas State special teams coach Jeff Rodgers: Had his group playing "with its hair on fire" in the Wildcats' 69-10 beat-down of Montana State. The Wildcats blocked two punts for touchdowns for the first time in school history and set up another short score on a poor snap exchange that produced a KSU possession on the Montana State 1.
Kansas QB Todd Reesing: Completed 32 of 38 yard for a career-best 412 yards and three TDs to lead the Jayhawks to a 29-0 victory over Louisiana Tech. The win is Kansas' 11th straight at home, the second-longest streak in school history. The shutout by the Jayhawks was their third since the 2000 season.
Colorado CB Cha'pelle Brown: Provided six tackles, two pass deflections and a game-winning 27-yard interception return for a touchdown with 1:44 left to spark the Buffaloes' 31-24 comeback triumph over Eastern Washington.