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September 7, 2010
Mitchell honored as Player of the Week
Lance Mitchell of Oregon State and defensive back/punt returner Cliff Harris of Oregon have been named Pac-10 Players of the Week in football.Running back Kenjon Barner of Oregon, safety
Barner, a sophomore from Riverside, Calif., carried the ball 17 times for a career-high 147 yards and four touchdowns covering 1, 25, 10 and 41 yards. He also added one reception for 60 yards and a touchdown in Oregon's 72-0 win over New Mexico. He posted 225 all-purpose yards in the game's first 21:09 before taking the bench for the remainder of the game. Barner's five TDs tied a school record and he currently leads the nation in scoring (30.0 ppg). Oregon rolled up a school record 720 yards in the victory.
Mitchell, a junior from Pasadena, Calif., collected a career-high 18 tackles, the eighth most in Oregon State history, in the 30-21 loss to TCU. He also added his second career interception which set up the Beavers' first touchdown of the game.
Harris, a sophomore from Fresno, Calif., set a school record, and matched a Pac-10 record, with two punt returns for touchdowns that covered 61 and 64 yards, respectively. The two other times that was accomplished in the Pac-10 was in 1965 by Mike Garret, USC vs. California; and 1954 by Sam Brown, UCLA vs. Stanford.
Also nominated for offensive player of the week honors were wide receiver Juron Criner of Arizona, running back Cameron Marshall of Arizona State, wide receiver Keenan Allen of California, quarterback Andrew Luck of Stanford and quarterback Matt Barkley of USC. Also nominated on defense were linebackers Paul Vassallo of Arizona, Colin Parker of Arizona State, Mike Mohamed of California, Casey Matthews of Oregon and Max Bergen of Stanford. Also nominated for special teams play were kickers Thomas Weber of Arizona State, Kai Forbath of UCLA and Nico Grasu of Washington State, and punt returners Jeremy Ross of California and Ronald Johnson of USC.