Throughout the 2018 college football season, the Tournament of Roses and the Rose Bowl Game Football Committee will select players from each partner conference as the Big Ten and Pac-12 Player of the Week.
For their outstanding performances in week 13, Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins and Washington running back Myles Gaskin were selected by the 15-person committee.
He not only led @OhioStateFB to victory in The Game, but he tied the school-record with 6 TDs and broke the Big Ten season records for passing yards and passing TDs. Congrats to #Buckeyes QB Dwayne Haskins, our #RoseBowl @B1Gfootball Player of the Week. pic.twitter.com/zCBYbJb9hg— Rose Bowl Game (@rosebowlgame) November 27, 2018
Big Ten Player of the Week
Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State
So., QB, Potomac, Md.
- Threw for 396 yards and a school record-tying six touchdowns in the 62-39 win over Michigan
- Set the Big Ten season records for passing yards (4,081) and passing touchdowns (42)
- Was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week for a conference-record sixth time this season
- This is Haskins’ first Rose Bowl Game Player of the Week honor and first for Ohio State this year
.@UW_Football RB Myles Gaskin became just the 10th player in NCAA history and the 1st in the Pac-12 to rush for 1,000 yards in 4 seasons. He also led the Huskies to an Apple Cup victory with 170 yards and 3 TDs. For that, he's our #RoseBowl @pac12 Player of the Week! pic.twitter.com/KCTosUdxLf— Rose Bowl Game (@rosebowlgame) November 27, 2018
Pac-12 Player of the Week
Myles Gaskin, Washington
Sr., RB, Lynwood, Wash.
- Rushed for a 170 yards and three scores in the win over Washington State, 28-15
- Became the first Pac-12 player to rush for 1,000 yards in four straight seasons
- Holds the Washington school-records for rushing touchdowns, career touchdowns, rushing yards
- This is Gaskin’s first Rose Bowl Game Pac-12 Player of the Week honor and second for Washington this year
Big Ten: Mehki Sargent, Iowa; Josiah Scott, Michigan State; Mohamed Ibrahim, Minnesota; Clayton Thorson, Northwestern; Trace McSorley, Penn State; Rondale Moore, Purdue
Pac-12: Eno Benjamin, Arizona State; Evan Weaver, Cal; CJ Verdell, Oregon; K.J. Costello, Stanford; Jason Shelley, Utah; Tyler Vaughns, USC
Week 1: Rondale Moore, Purdue; JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford
Week 2: Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin; Chase Hansen, Utah
Week 3: David Blough, Purdue; Khalil Tate, Arizona
Week 4: Miles Sanders, Penn State; Ben Burr-Kirven, Washington
Week 5: Trace McSorley, Penn State; Eno Benjamin, Arizona State
Week 6: Jonathan Taylor (2), Wisconsin; Gardner Minshew II, Washington State
Week 7: Clayton Thorson, Northwestern; Joshua Kelley, UCLA
Week 8: Rondale Moore (2), Purdue; Gardner Minshew II (2), Washington State
Week 9: Javon Leake, Maryland; Jake Luton, Oregon State
Week 10: Shea Patterson, Michigan; Aca’Cedric Ware, USC
Week 11: Isaiah Bowser, Northwestern; Gardner Minshew II (3), Washington State
Week 12: Jonathan Taylor (3), Wisconsin; Joshua Kelley, UCLA