|Stanford WR Drew Terrell (4) celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the Pac-12 title game against UCLA. (US Presswire)|
Here are three under-the-radar performances from Week 13:
DE Datone Jones, UCLA: When Stanford's playing, most people just want to talk about one defense: Stanford's. So it was easy to overlook Jones' performance for UCLA in the Pac-12 Championship game. Jones was fourth on the team in tackles with seven and tied for a game-high two tackles for losses, which includes a 3-yard sack of Cardinal quarterback Kevin Hogan.
WR Drew Terrell, Stanford: When you're a Stanford wide receiver, it's easy to get lost in a Cardinal offense that's designed to run the ball and utilize the tight ends in the passing game. When UCLA took both those things away, Hogan went to his secret weapon: Terrell. The senior wide receiver caught four passes for 70 yards -- both season-highs -- and scored only his fourth touchdown of the year in Stanford's Pac-12 title game win over UCLA. Terrell also had a punt return for 18 yards in the game.
RB Malcolm Agnew, Oregon State: In a game where a school-record nine Beavers scored touchdowns, Agnew had one of the most impressive performances. The sophomore running back -- who's been Oregon State's third option most of the season -- finally saw some extended playing time in the Beavers' 77-3 win over Nicholls State. Agnew carried the ball 12 times for 76 yards and a touchdown. The yardage total was Agnew's highest of the season and third highest of his career. Agnew won't win any player of the week awards for running over an overmatched FCS team, but he does get recognition with us for an under-the-radar performance in Week 14.