OSU’s Weeden Honored As Big 12 Player Of The Week

IRVING (AP)  Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden is the Big 12 offensive player of the week after a record-breaking passing performance in a come-from-behind victory at Texas A&M.

Weeden threw for a school record 438 yards and two touchdowns as the Cowboys (4-0, 1-0 Big 12) overcame a 17-point halftime deficit to beat the Aggies 30-29. Weeden leads the Bowl Subdivision with 398 yards passing per game and 10 touchdown passes.

Kansas State linebacker Tre Walker is the league’s defensive player of the week after making three straight tackles inside the 2-yard line as part of the Wildcats’ game-saving goal line stand in a 28-24 win over Miami.

Ben McRoy is the special teams selection after setting Texas Tech’s school record with 203 kickoff return yards in a 35-34 win against Nevada.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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  • Tried of da Ag's

    HEY SEC, can you take these once proud entrepreneur’s (now dang near socialists) this year in lieu of next? They seem to have lost EVERYTHING they once stood for! See ya Ag’s.

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