Bo Nix was named the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week following a strong performance in a comeback win over Texas Tech Saturday.

Nix totaled 359 yards on 32 completions for a pair of touchdowns. What’s more impressive is that Nix turned it up when the Ducks needed him most, completing 8 of his 9 attempts in the fourth quarter to erase a 2-score deficit in a hostile environment.

He led a touchdown drive and a pair of drives that ended in a field goal to secure the win in the fourth quarter. His 32 completions in the game ranked seventh most in Oregon football history for a single game.

Nix has his fair share of hardware to show off and he just keeps adding to his collection. Nix has been named the Pac-12 Player of the Week 4 times now after transferring over from Auburn prior to last season.

He won the award 3 times in a row in 2022, becoming just the 3rd player in league history to do so.

The Ducks are trying to separate themselves from the rest of a Pac-12 conference that seems to be giving off 1 final hurrah before teams jet off to their respective new conferences next season. Eight teams from the conference are ranked in the AP Top 25 entering Week 3.

Oregon faces off against Hawaii Saturday at 5 p.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network.