This week's Rivals.com award winners saved the best for last. All set career or season highs in their final regular-season games.
CONFERENCE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
Georgia Tech's Jones rushed for 214 yards and a touchdown against Georgia to also earn national freshman of the week honors.
Pittsburgh couldn't win the conference title, but the Panthers made sure West Virginia didn't, either. Panthers running back LeSean McCoy had 33 carries for 183 yards and two touchdowns in a 19-15 win.
Tight end James Casey was a one-man scoring machine for Rice. Casey had 12 catches for 172 yards and three touchdowns. He also threw a TD pass and ran for a score as the Owls upset Houston 56-42, keeping the Cougars from winning the C-USA West title.
Eastern Michigan quarterback Andy Schmitt broke an NCAA record with 58 completions in a 56-52 win over Central Michigan. Schmitt set school records with 80 pass attempts and 516 yards, throwing five touchdown passes and running for a sixth in the upset.
Quarterback Ricky Dobbs helped Navy to its seventh win of the season with 25 carries for 124 yards and a touchdown in a 16-0 win over Northern Illinois.
Oklahoma junior tight end Jermaine Gresham had his first career 100-yard game in winning our national player of the week award. Georgia Tech running back Roddy Jones shattered his previous career best with 214 yards against Georgia on a season-high 13 carries to earn top freshman honors. In the Pac-10, Chip Kelly's Oregon offense put up a season-high 694 yards against Oregon State.
Oklahoma's offense doesn't need many fortuitous bounces, but the Sooners got one against Oklahoma State.
A Sam Bradford pass tipped off the hands of receiver Manny Johnson right to Gresham, who then rambled for a 73-yard touchdown that put Oklahoma up 30-19 in the third quarter. Gresham finished with nine catches for 158 yards; he also scored on a 3-yard reception in the second quarter.
• Running back Dennis Johnson helped Arkansas upset LSU for the second consecutive season. Johnson had 18 carries for 127 yards and a touchdown in a 31-30 win.
• N.C. State quarterback Russell Wilson came up big once again by throwing for 220 yards and two touchdowns in a 38-28 win over Miami. He also rushed for 58 yards and a touchdown to make the Wolfpack bowl eligible.
The absence of Jacquizz Rodgers was huge for Oregon State, but Oregon's offensive onslaught was the true difference-maker in the Ducks' 65-38 win in the Civil War.
Kelly's offense rushed for 385 yards and passed for 309 in the highest-scoring game in the rivalry's history. Oregon State entered the game ranked second in the Pac-10 in rushing defense and total defense.
Also considered for coordinator of the week:
• Dan Mullen led the Florida offense to a 502-yard performance against Florida State. The Gators rushed for 317 yards in the 45-15 win over the Seminoles, who entered the game as the country's No. 7 defense.