After a one-week hiatus, we're back with the Pac-12's Ultimate Player. Even a robot needs a break, every once in a while. A robot with Taylor Kelly's arm.
Here's a look at what (or who?) we would build from Week 4:
Heart: Colorado quarterback Jordan Webb -- Granted, one can say that Washington State Coug'd it, as it's become commonly known. Or you can give credit to Webb for his 4-yard touchdown run to tie the game for the Buffaloes at 34 with less than 10 seconds to play. Calling Webb's number on a designed keeper took some brains on Eric Bienemy's part, some guts on coach Jon Embree's part, and most important, some heart on Webb's part. He delivered.
Nerves: Colorado kicker Will Oliver -- Oliver delivered, too. It's not as if 12 field goals were the difference in the matchup -- in fact, Oliver missed his only field-goal attempt -- but imagine the weight of the world on his shoulders after he lined up for the game-winning PAT after Webb's run. Oliver gained his composure for one kick, that's for sure.
Arm: Arizona State QB Taylor Kelly -- Kelly didn't exactly wow onlookers in fall camp, but the Sun Devils thought they had an adequate replacement for Brock Osweiler. So much for that. Kelly has been a revelation for the Sun Devils, and his 326 yards and three touchdowns were the difference in a 37-7 win over Utah. Spare Parts: Washington State QB Connor Halliday -- Halliday has taken control of the Cougars offense in a big way. Four touchdowns in back-to-back weeks, and this week he hit the 400-yard mark, just barely, with 401 against the Buffaloes.
Hands: Oregon defensive backs Ifo Ekpre-Olomu/Troy Hill -- Normally this award goes to Oregon's offensive stars, and not seeing Kenjon Barner and De'Anthony Thomas on this list is admittedly weird. But the Ducks defense drove the engine in a 49-0 win over Arizona, with Ekpre-Olomu and Hill each returning interceptions for touchdowns. Spare Parts: UCLA WR Shaquelle Evans -- Evans was having a relatively quiet year before exploding on Saturday for 148 yards on six receptions with a touchdown.
Legs: USC RBs Silas Redd/Curtis McNeal -- Oh, hello there, USC running game. The Trojans' ground game rebounded from a bad game against Stanford in a big, big way against Cal, and there was plenty to go around. Redd had 158 yards and a touchdown, McNeal added 115 yards on 10 carries, and USC displayed a bit of balance for the first time in a while.
Feet: Oregon State WRs Brandin Cooks/Markus Wheaton -- Talk about speed to burn. The way Cooks and Wheaton deftly manuevered the UCLA defense on Saturday, you'd think they each had four feet. Cooks had a monster day with 175 yards on six receptions, including a 75-yard touchdown, and Wheaton added nine catches for 150 yards and a score. Don't look now -- the Beavers have got some burners.