|Utah QB Travis Wilson was on point against Washington State as he completed 17 of 21 passes. (AP Images)|
There were some major scores put up last weekend -- UCLA with 66, Oregon wth 62, USC with 51, Utah with 49, Stanford with 48 -- and some major statistical outpourings as a result.
Here's a look at what (or who?) we would build from Week 8:
Brain: Utah QB Travis Wilson -- Wilson made almost all the right moves in a huge win over Washington State. Wilson completed 17 of 21 passes for 171 yards and two touchdowns, and just about his only blemish was an interception.
Eyes: Stanford DB Ed Reynolds -- It's not as if the Cardinal offense was going to need much help against Colorado anyway, but Reynolds helped set the tone with his interception return for touchdown in a 48-0 win. Also, he helped Stanford to hold the Buffaloes to 76 total yards. Total. Just 76.
Arm: UCLA QB Brett Hundley -- Hundley continues to defy logic, and defy history, by playing so well for the Bruins. The latest? A three-touchdown, 289-yard, 203.9-rated performance in a 66-10 win over Arizona. Hundley could end up rewriting the UCLA record books.
Hands: Oregon State wide receivers Markus Wheaton, Brandin Cooks -- We just can't pick between the two, and on Saturday, neither could Cody Vaz. Wheaton had two touchdowns and 108 yards on four receptions, while Cooks added 116 yards on six catches with a score in a 36-26 win over Arizona State.
Legs: UCLA RB Johnathan Franklin -- Franklin broke the UCLA record for career rushing yards, but the argument could've been made that it was more an award for attrition than actually deserved. You could've made that argument, but you can't now. Franklin is soaring up the single-season charts, as well, and his 24-carry, 162-yard game against the Wildcats helps. His longest run was for 37 yards, too, so you know he was just churning yardage most of the game.
Feet: Oregon RB Kenjon Barner -- Forget this list. Barner is making his case for a spot at the Heisman Trophy ceremony. Barner's numbers are scary, and even scarier when you consider he shares so much of the workload. If Barner was the lone focal point of an offense, who knows? But even with help from his friends, Barner still gained 321 yards on 38 carries with five touchdowns.