Throughout the 2019 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 2, Purdue quarterback Elijah Sindelar and USC quarterback Kedon Slovis were selected by the 15-person committee.
🚂Tied Purdue record with 6 TDs— Rose Bowl Game (@rosebowlgame) September 9, 2019
🚂 Career-high 509 passing yards
🚂 Big Ten Off. Player of the Week
Congrats to @BoilerFootball QB @ElijahSindelar on being named #RoseBowl @B1Gfootball Player of the Week!
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Big Ten Player of the Week
Elijah Sindelar, Purdue
R-Sr., QB, Princeton, Ky.
- Tied a school-record with six total touchdowns in a 42-24 win over Vanderbilt
- Threw for a career-high 509 yards and added 10 yards rushing
- Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week
- This is Sindelar’s first Rose Bowl Game Big Ten Player of the Week honor
⚔️ Set USC record for yards in a debut by a true freshman— Rose Bowl Game (@rosebowlgame) September 9, 2019
⚔️ Completed 28-of-33 passes for 377 yards and 3 TDs
Congrats to @USC_FB QB @Kedonslovis on being named #RoseBowl @pac12 Player of the Week!
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Pac-12 Player of the Week
Kedon Slovis, USC
Fr., QB, Scottsdale, Ariz.
- Set a USC record for passing yards in a debut by a true freshman in the 45-20 win over Stanford
- Completed 28-of-33 passes for 377 yards and three touchdowns
- Led the Trojans to score 42 of the final 45 points of the game
- This is Slovis’ first Rose Bowl Game Pac-12 Player of the Week honor
Big Ten: Brandon Peters, Illinois; Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa; Anthony McFarland, Maryland; Zach Charbonnet, Michigan; Darrell Stewart, Jr., Michigan State; Justin Fields, Ohio State; Sean Clifford, Penn State; Jack Coan, Wisconsin
Pac-12: Khalil Tate, Arizona; Cristian Zendejas, Arizona State; Evan Weaver, California; Steven Montez, Colorado; Justin Herbert, Oregon; Bradlee Anae, Utah; Anthony Gordon, Washington State
Week 1: Kenny Willekes, Michigan State; Anthony Gordon, Washington State