Pac-10 helmet stickers, Week 4

Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller

Who stood out in Week 4?

Oregon QB Jeremiah Masoli: Masoli shook off three frustrating weeks by completing 21 of 25 passes for 253 yards with three TDs and no interceptions in the Ducks' 42-3 win over No. 6 California.

Arizona QB Nick Foles: Making his first career start, the sophomore completed 25-of-34 for 254 yards and three touchdowns in the Wildcats' 37-32 win at Oregon State.

Arizona State safety Jarrell Holman: Holman returned one of his two interceptions 47 yards for a TD in Arizona State's 20-17 loss at Georgia. He also recovered a fumble.

Stanford receiver Chris Owusu: In the win over Washington, Owusu upstaged Stanford running back Toby Gerhart's career-high 200 yards rushing, which included a 60-yard TD run, by returning the opening kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown. It was his third kickoff return for a TD this season. In four games. That ties the Pac-10 record set by USC's Anthony Davis in 1974 and UCLA's Matthew Slater in 2007.

Oregon's coaching staff: The Boise State game was a disaster. The Cal game plan, a thing of beauty. The defense basically pitched a shutout, while the offense looked like its old fancy self. After USC muddled through its win over Washington State, it's not ridiculous to crown the Ducks the new Pac-10 frontrunner.