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Pac-12 names players of the week

Utah punter Sean Sellwood had a hell of week, but in a 27-20 loss, you're not going to be a conference player of the week. Then again, if the Utes had played well Sellwood wouldn't have had the opportunity to punt 10 times, including six 50-plus yarders (tying a school record) for a 52.6-yard average (third best in school history).

Regardless, Sellwood will have to settle for a nomination.

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As for the actual winners of the weekly acknowledgment, the Pac-12 released those today. Oregon State linebacker D.J. Welch won for defense after recording seven tackles to lead the Beavers over No. 13 Wisconsin, which was limited to 207 yards of total offense. On offense, UCLA's won for the second straight week after rushing for 217 yards on 26 carries as the Bruins upset No. 16 Nebraska. On special teams, the award went to Arizona kicker John Bonano made all three of his field goal attempts and six PATs in the Wildcats' upset of No. 18 Oklahoma State.

— Bill Oram

PAC-12 Links
Links from around the Pac-12
Arizona (Tucson Citizen)
» Renovated McKale 'really coming together'
» Wildcats: College football preview section
» UA football: On Bondurant, Hill and the quarterbacks
» Photos: UA sports Throwback Thursday Chase Budinger

Oregon (The Oregonian)
» Former Oregon Ducks running back Jonathan Stewart scores twice for Carolina Panthers against Kansas City
» Johnathan Loyd's transition to the football field nears completion for Oregon Ducks
» Live chat: Central Catholic four-star RB Cameron Scarlett joins us Tuesday at noon
» Cassius Peat names top six, sets trip to see Oklahoma Sooners

Oregon State (Corvallis Gazette-Times)
» Oregon State hires longtime trainer hired Fred Tedeschi
» Beavers hire Mark Massari as deputy athletics director
» Oregon State hands out Bennys to top athletes, coaches and teams
» OSU fishing: MacDonald, Martinez win conference tournament

Stanford (San Jose Mercury-News)
» Stanford football: Backup QB Evan Crower is ready, just in case
» Stanford football: Defensive coordinator learns from 49ers counterpart
» Stanford 11th in AP's top 25 preseason football poll; Florida State No. 1
» AP Top 25 Preseason Poll

UCLA (Los Angeles Daily News)
» UCLA Football Notebook: Running back Malcolm Jones loses appeal for extra season
» COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Improving UCLA has questions to answer during preseason football camp
» COLLEGE FOOTBALL: UCLA's prized recruit Eddie Vanderdoes cleared to play by NCAA after leaving Notre Dame
» Pac-12 Media Day: Eyes on Anthony Barr for UCLA's 2013 hopes

USC (Los Angeles Daily News)
» USC Football Notebook: Marqise Lee's injury not too serious
» USC Football Notebook: QBs Max Wittek, Cody Kessler present dilemma for Trojans coach Lane Kiffin
» USC FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Former UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel thinks Trojans might not miss QB Matt Barkley
» USC FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Dion Bailey says it's 'now or never'

Washington (Seattle Times)
» Jeff Lindquist will be starting quarterback in Huskies' opener
» Washington women's soccer opens with 4-1 victory over Kentucky
» Husky coach Chris Petersen is a perfectionist with a personal touch
» UW position battles: Dwayne Washington, Lavon Coleman to get bulk of carries for Huskies

Washington State (Spokane Spokesman-Review)
» No practice report, but some game notes
» Some things matter tonight, others don't
» Eastern and Big Sky links
» Pac-12 morning links: The offensive line carries a heavy burden



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