College Football Week 6: PFF Team of the Week and Player Awards

2T0R3XT October 07 2023 Berkeley, CA U.S.A Oregon State quarterback DJ Uiagalelei (5)throws the deep pass during the NCAA Football game between Oregon State Beavers and the California Golden Bears. Oregon State beat California 52-40 at California Memorial Stadium. Thurman James / CSM (Credit Image: © Thurman James/Cal Sport Media) (Cal Sport Media via AP Images)

• Northern Illinois' Antario Brown explodes for 280 rushing yards: On just 13 carries, Brown earned a 90.0-plus PFF grade for his big day.

• DJ Uiagalelei leads Oregon State to shootout win over Cal: The Clemson transfer has the Beavers at 5-1 after another stellar showing.

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QB: DJ Uiagalelei, Oregon State
RB: Antario Brown, Northern Illinois
WR: Jermaine Burton, Alabama
WR: Malachi Corley, Western Kentucky
TE: Sean Brown, Jacksonville State
Flex: WR Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State
LT: Percy Lewis, Mississippi State
LG: Spencer Holstege, UCLA
C: Duke Clemens, UCLA
RG: Christian Haynes, UConn
RT: Chase Lundt, UConn

EDGE: Laiatu Latu, UCLA
EDGE: Gabriel Murphy, UCLA
DI: Mason Graham, Michigan
DI: Tyler Davis, Clemson
LB: Kenenna Odeluga, Illinois
LB: Mohamed Toure, Rutgers
CB: Ricardo Hallman, Wisconsin
CB: Josh Moten, Marshall
S: Devin Grant, Buffalo
S: Beau Freyler, Iowa State
Flex: CB Kapena Gushiken, Washington State


Brown carried the ball just 13 times for Northern Illinois this week but racked up 280 rushing yards. He earned a 92.3 PFF rushing grade, forcing six missed tackles and picking up at least 10 yards on seven of his 13 attempts.

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Defensive Player of the Week: S DEVIN GRANT, BUFFALO

Grant earned a 94.2 PFF coverage grade after a dominant performance for Buffalo. He allowed just one reception from five targets and finished the game with three interceptions — two of which he returned for touchdowns — and a pass breakup.

Offensive Line of the Week: OHIO BOBCATS

The Ohio Bobcats' offensive line combined to allow just four total pressures, none of which resulted in a sack. The unit helped the running game average 5.2 yards per carry, with 2.6 of those yards coming before contact.

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