Cameron Rising took home the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week award after his monster day in Utah’s 43-42 win over then-No. 7 USC on Saturday.

The Pac-12 announced weekly performance awards for Week 7. Utah snagged the Offensive Player and Offensive Lineman of the Week honors. Arizona’s Tetairoa McMillan earned the Freshman of the Week honor. Washington’s Jeremiah Martin earned Defensive Lineman of the Week. Stanford claimed the Defensive and Special Teams Player of the Week awards.

Cameron Rising, Utah — Offensive Player of the Week

Rising was masterful Saturday night in Utah’s biggest game of the season. He was responsible for 475 of Utah’s 562 yards of offense and five total touchdowns in the Utes’ win. He completed 30 of his 44 passes for a career-high 415 yards — the first 400-yard passing game by a Utah quarterback in nearly two decades —  while running for another 60 yards. Rising scored the game-winning touchdown with 48 seconds left on fourth-and-goal from the USC 1, then plowed into the endzone from 3 yards out on a go-ahead two-point conversion.

Jonathan McGill, Stanford — Defensive Player of the Week

McGill totaled four tackles (one for a loss), a fumble recovery, and the game-sealing pass breakup to give Stanford a 16-14 win over Notre Dame in South Bend. The Cardinal broke a four-game losing streak and picked up their first FBS since Oct. 2, 2021. The defense was the reason why. Notre Dame was scoreless until the 6:22 mark of the third quarter.

Joshua Karty, Stanford — Special Teams Player of the Week

Stanford scored a touchdown on its opening drive, but it was Karty who supplied points for the Cardinal the rest of the way in a 16-14 win over Notre Dame. The junior went 3-for-3 (43 yards, 43, and 45) in the two-point win. It was only the fifth win for Stanford at Notre Dame in program history. Among kickers averaging at least one attempt a game this season, Karty is one of just 11 FBS kickers who is still perfect. He’s 7-for-7 on kicks this season and has yet to miss a kick inside 48 yards in his Stanford career.

Tetairoa McMillan, Arizona — Freshman of the Week

The 6-foot-5 freshman receiver had his best game yet as a Wildcat. McMillan recorded career-highs across the board with seven catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns in the UA’s 49-39 loss to Washington. McMillan currently leads all true freshmen with 470 yards on the season and is tied for first among FBS freshmen with six receiving scores. He also leads all true freshmen in yards per catch (16.8) and per game (67.1). His 28 receptions rank third among FBS true freshmen. In claiming the honor for the second time in three weeks, McMillan becomes the first Arizona player to earn multiple Freshman of the Week awards.

Braeden Daniels, Utah — Offensive Lineman of the Week

USC entered Saturday’s contest as the nation’s leader in total sacks. The Trojans had 24 in their first six games. Utah didn’t allow a single one as Rising torched the USC secondary. Daniels and the Utah offensive line also only allowed one run to be stopped in the backfield all game. Utah totaled 562 yards of offense and averaged 7.4 yards a play in the win.

Jeremiah Martin, Washington — Defensive Lineman of the Week

Two days after the birth of his son, Martin and the UW defense harrassed Arizona’s quarterback in ways he hadn’t been all season. Jayden de Laura had been sacked eight times in the team’s first six games. Martin and UW got to him four times. Martin had two of those and a defense-leading nine total tackles.