SAN FRANCISCO –The Pac-12 today announced the 12th weekly performance awards of the 2021 football season, awarded by Nextiva. See below for week 12 conference acknowledgments and keep track of the 2021 Offensive Player of the Year list here:
VIOLATION: Dorian Thompson-Robinson, Sr., QB, UCLA (Las Vegas, NV)
- The second time he has won this award, also in week four of the 2019 season. It is the second time a UCLA player has won this award this season, and RB Zach Charbonnet won it in week one.
- Accounted for six of UCLA’s eight offensive touchdowns on the day in the 62-33 win over USC. Thompson-Robinson, who threw four scoring passes in the game, completed his last 14 consecutive passes in the game while throwing for a season high of 349 yards.
- He averaged 21.8 yards per completion and 15.9 yards per passing attempt in the game. At stake, he made a total of 16 out of 22 attempts.
- Added 46 rushing yards on 11 carries for two more touchdowns and a total of 395 yards fouls for the day.
- Thompson-Robinson led the offense to a season high of 609 yards and an average of 9.2 yards per game for the game.
- It was the most points ever scored by a Bruin team in the annual crosstown rivalry game.
Also nominated: BJ Baylor, RB, Oregon State; Trevon Clark, WR, California; Tavion Thomas, RB, Utah; Max Borghi, RB, Washington State; Michael Wiley, RB, Arizona
Check out the 2021 Offensive Player of the Year Watchlist presented by Nextiva for more information.
DEFENSE: Jahad Woods, Gr., LB, Washington State (San Diego, CA)
- Third time Woods has won this award, but the first since 2018 (also won in 2017). He is the second Cougar to win this award this season, DB George Hicks III was honored in week six.
- Recorded a game-high 12 tackles, 1.5 for a loss, forced a fumble and picked up a pass in the Cougars’ 44-18 win over Arizona. Woods collected all 12 tackles in the second and third quarters as WSU surpassed Arizona 30-10 in that period.
- Sitting at 8.73 tackles per game, second in the Pac-12. Woods took his career total tackles to 415, third most among active FBS players and tops in the Pac-12 conference.
- His interception came midway through the fourth quarter, sealing the win with his first pick of the season.
- He took 1.5 tackles-for-loss to bring his career tally to 36, passing Peyton Pelluer and Rien Long for seventh in WSU history.
- Recorded his fourth straight double-digit tackle effort, fifth of the season and 16th of his career.
Also nominated: Lu-Magia Hearns III, CB, California; Cole Bishop, Security, Utah; Quentin Lake, DB, UCLA; Kyrei Fisher, ILB, Oregon State; Carson Wells, OLB, Colorado; Kyle Soelle, LB, Arizona State
SPECIAL TEAMS: Britain Covey, Jr., WR/KR, Utah (Provo, UT)
- The second time Covey has won this award this season, having earned the honor in week three.
- Returned two punts for 90 yards and two other kickoffs for 59 yards in No. 23 Utah over No. 3 Oregon (November 20). Covey had the highlight of the evening with a 78-yard punt return touchdown as the first half ended. It was his second such score this season and the fourth in his career.
- Covey is the first Pac-12 player to have multiple point return touchdowns in a season since 2017, when both Dante Pettis (Washington; 4) and Shun Brown (Arizona; 2) accomplished the feat. Covey is only the fifth known player since 1937 to have multiple 70-yard point return touchdowns in a single season, and the first since 2013. Covey’s 17.5-yard point return average leads FBS.
- Utah’s win over the third-ranked Ducks is the highest win for Utah against an opponent ranked in the CFP. By the AP poll, Utah’s win over Oregon (No. 4) was its highest win at Rice-Eccles Stadium and tied the highest overall AP-ranked win in program history, matching a win over No. 4 Alabama in the 2008 Sugar Bowl. Utah has two wins over AP-ranked opponents in 2021, the first achievement for the Utes since 2015.
- The Utes have won at least part of four Pac-12 South titles (2015, ’18, ’19, ’21) since joining the league in 2011.
Also nominated: Kazmeir Allen, WR/KR, UCLA; Joey Hobert, WR, Washington State; Chad Johnson Jr., WR, Arizona State
ATTACKING LINE: Ben Coleman, RS So., LG, California (Murrieta, CA)
- The first time a Cal player has won this award since it was created for the 2019 season.
- Held the highest internal rank of Cal’s offensive lineman (90%) in a historic feat for the Golden Bears offense in a 41-11 win over Stanford, which was Cal’s biggest win margin in the Big Game since 2004. Cal’s offense delivered a Big on Game record 636 yards in total offense, including 352 on the ground, the most for the Bears in a game since Cal rushed for 431 yards against Washington on December 6, 2008.
- Coleman threw a key block to make Marcel Dancy jump on a 76-yard touchdown run as the Bears became the first FBS team this season and the first Pac-12 team since 2014 to make three plays of 75 or more yards in a game registered. Dancy’s run was Cal’s longest since an 81-yard touchdown run by Brendan Bigelow at Ohio State in 2012.
- Also had what Cal defines as four “above & beyond” plays.
Also nominated: Brandon Kipper, OL, Oregon State; Sataoa Laumea, RG, Utah; Abe Lucas, OT, Washington State; Paiton Fears, RT, Arizona; Kary Kutsch, LG, Colorado
DEFENSIVE LINE: Junior Tafuna, Fr., DT, Utah (Taylorsville, UT)
- First honor for Tafuna, but he is the second Ute to win this award this season with Van Fillinger selected in week four.
- Handed in three tackles (1.5 sacks for 9 yards) in No. 23 Utah’s win over No. 3 Oregon (November 20). The first tackle of the game came just before half-time, leaving Oregon into a fourth deficit. Britain Covey eventually returned the punt 78 yards for a touchdown when the half was up.
- Packed Ducks quarterback Anthony Brown for a seven-yard sack on the third game of the third quarter. He again took home the prizes with Zemaiah Vaughn as time ticked away late in the third period.
- Now has 4.5 sacks in the season and leads all freshmen Pac-12.
Also nominated: Mitchell Agude, DE, UCLA; Keonte Schad, DL, Oregon State
FRESHMAN: Lu-Magia Hearns III, Fr., CB, California (Pittsburg, CA)
- The first Cal player to win this award since it was created before the 2019 season.
- Set the tone with his first career interception on Stanford’s second offensive game of scrimmage, finishing with a career-high and Cal season-high five passes defending in the Golden Bears’ 41-11 win over Stanford, which was their biggest margin of victory in the Groot game since 2004.
- Hearns’ five defended passes this season were tied for third most in the nation in a single game and most by a Pac-12 player, while his four-pass breakups were fifth and his first in the Pac-12. . He also contributed three tackles.
- Now second in the Pac-12 with 0.90 defended passes per game
Also nominated: Cole Bishop, Safety, Utah; Jayden de Laura, QB, Washington State; Jaxson Dart, QB, USC; Will Plummer, QB, Arizona; Eric Gentry, LB, Arizona State
|Sept 7th||Zach Charbonnet, UCLA||Devin Lloyd, Utah||DJ Taylor, ASU||Alec Anderson, UCLA||DJ Davidson, ASU||Justin Flowe, ORE|
|Sep 13||CJ Verdell, ORE||Kyu Blu Kelly, STA||Travell Harris, WSU||Alex Forsyth, ORE||Bradyn Swinson, Oregon|
Tanner McKee, STAN
|September 20th||Jaxson Dart, USC||Verone McKinley III, ORE||Britain Covey, UTAH||TJ Bass, ORE||Drake Jackson, USC|
Jaxson Dart, USC
|27 Sept||BJ Baylor, OSUE||Bennett Williams, ORE||Kyle Philips, UCLA||Nathan Eldridge, OSU||Van Fillinger, UTAH||Karene Reid, Utah|
|4 October||Jayden Daniels, ASU||Avery Roberts, OSU||Parker Lewis, USC||LaDarius Henderson, ASU||Brennan Jackson, WSU||Tanner McKee, STAN|
|11 October||Cameron Rising, UTAH||George Hicks III, WSU||Nicholas Barr-Mira, UCLA||Liam Ryan, WSU||Tyler Johnson, ASU||Kamo’i Latu, Utah|
|Oct 18||Cameron Rising, UTAH||Devin Lloyd, Utah||Trevor Woods, COLO||Nick Ford, Utah||Brennan Jackson, WSU||Noah Sewell, ORE|
|October 25||BJ Baylor, OSUE||Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon||Luke Musgrave, OSU||We Keobounnam, OSU||Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon||Noah Sewell, ORE|
|November 1st||Tavion Thomas, UTAH||Carson Bruener, WASH||Peyton Henry, WASH||Nick Ford, Utah||Ron Stone Jr., WSU||Carson Bruener, WASH|
|Nov 8||Rachaad White, ASU||Devin Lloyd, Utah||Kyle Ostendorp, ARIZ||Braeden Daniels, Utah||Kyon Barrs, ARIZO||Jeffrey Bassa, Oregon|
|Nov 15||Rachaad White, ASU||Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon||Kyle Philips, UCLA||Dohnovan West, ASU||Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon||Byron Cardwell, Oregon|
|Nov 22||Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA||Jahad Woods, WSU||Britain Covey, UTAH||Ben Coleman, California||Junior Tafuna, Utah||Lu-Magia Hearns III, CAL|
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