The Pac-12 Conference announced its players of the week from this past weekend. Colorado quarterback Jordan Webb won offensive honors, Oregon linebacker Michael Clay earned defensive honors and Oregon State punter Keith Kostol was special teams player of the week.
From the release via the Pac-12:
Webb, a junior from Union, Mo., completed 29 of 42 passes for 345 yards and two touchdowns and added a pair of rushing scores in a 35-34 come-from-behind victory over Washington State. Colorado trailed 31-14 midway through the fourth quarter, but Webb and the offense racked up 255 yards of offense and three touchdowns in the final frame to complete the comeback. Webb picked up 19 first downs (3 rushing, 16 passing) and compiled a 149.0 passer rating on the afternoon. He called his own number and scored the deciding touchdown on a four-yard plunge on fourth and goal with nine seconds left in the game to help the Buffaloes to their first win of the season.
Clay, a senior from San Jose, Calif., posted 13 total tackles (10 solo), including two tackles for loss and a sack, and forced a fumble in a 49-0 victory over No. 22 Arizona. He was instrumental in limiting a potent Arizona offense to just 332 yards of total offense (the Wildcats had averaged 604.7 yards of total offense in their three previous games) and just 89 yards on the ground as the Ducks notched their first shutout since 2003.
Kostol, a sophomore from Tigard, Ore., who played in his second career game, averaged 43.9 per punt and placed four balls inside the 20-yard line in Oregon State’s victory over No. 19 UCLA. He punted seven times, including a 61-yarder late in the first half, and none of his punts were returned.