Player of the Week
Melvin Ingram, South Carolina: The 6'2, 280 pound DE became only the third player since 2006 to score a touchdown on both offense and defense. He started his big night off by scampering 68 yards after a fake punt and then finished off his night in the forth quarter after picking up a fumble and heading in for six.
Bray looks to lead the Vol's back
to the top of the SEC East
Case Keenum, Houston: Case is back to his old ways down in Houston as he helped lead the Cougars to a big 48-23 win over North Texas. Case put up more godly numbers while throwing for 458 yards and 5 touchdowns in the win.
Tyler Bray, Tennessee: The sophomore played very well in his first test for the 2011 season. Cincinnati came to town and Bray played almost perfect. He went 34-41 while throwing for 405 yards and 4 touchdowns in a big 45-23 win for the Vols.
Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina: The Heisman candidate in Columbia always comes to play. Lattimore carried the Gamecocks to a huge win on the road over Georgia with his 27 carry, 176 yard and one touchdown performance. When they needed yards they handed the ball off to their workhorse.
Taylor Martinez, Nebraska: The Cornhuskers usually stout "blackshirts" defense struggled throughout the night against Fresno St but Martinez and the offense carried them to a come from behind 42-29 win. Martinez finished the night with 385 total yards (219 passing and 166 rushing) along with three touchdowns(1 pass and 2 rush).
Paul Richardson, Colorado: Richardson had a humongous day on the outside vs Cal. The 6'1 sophomore finished the night with 11 catches for 284 receiving yards and three touchdowns. Pac-12 secondaries better be looking out for the stud from Boulder.
Hilton is averaging over 23 yards
a catch through the first two games
Denard Robinson, Michigan: The speedy quarterback did more with his arm in the Wolverine's huge comeback thriller under the lights in Ann Arbor. "Shoelace" and the Wolverines trailed 7-24 heading into the 4th quarter but rallied to score 28 of the last 35 points and to get the upset win over the Irish. Robinson ended the game with 338 passing yards, 4 touchdowns, 108 rushing yards, a rushing touchdown. His great night was capitalized by the game winning TD pass with 2 seconds left.
T.Y Hilton, Florida International: I do not think the Louisville secondary got the memo that Hilton was a stud. He ended the night with 201 receiving yards and two touchdowns of 74 and 83 yards along with having 67 yards on two kickoff returns. Hilton currently leads the nation in receiving yards with 333.
Ryan Smith, Auburn: The backup safety for the Tigers helped preserve their 17 game win streak. Chris Relf had the Mississippi St Bulldogs driving and was looking at the promise land before Smith came out of no where and upended Relf just inches short of the goal line as time expired.