Pac-10 helmet stickers: Week 7

Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller

Who stood out in week 7? It was the return of Pac-10 quarterbacks!

Matt Barkley, QB, USC: Barkley completed 19 of 29 for 380 yards with two touchdowns in the Trojans 34-27 win at Notre Dame. He outplayed his friend and rival Jimmy Clausen, and he has now won on the road at Ohio State and Notre Dame as a true freshman.

Nick Foles, QB, Arizona: In his third career start, Foles completed 40 of 51 for 415 yards with three TDs in the Wildcats 43-38 comeback win against Stanford. He didn't throw an interception or surrender a sack.

Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford: Helmet stickers typically go to winners. Luck gets one because he completed 21 of 35 passes for 423 yards with three TDs and one interception. The redshirt freshman combines with Foles and Barkley to make the Pac-10 QB future look bright.

Danny Sullivan, QB, Arizona State: Enough about the young guys -- how about an embattled senior stepping up? Sullivan completed a 50-yard TD pass with five seconds to play to beat Washington 24-17. On the night, he completed 21 of 35 passes for 263 yards with no interceptions. That figures to be enough to hold onto the starting job.

Kevin Riley & Jeff Tedford, QB and head coach, California: Riley, after a bye week that featured some extra work with Tedford, completed 14 of 23 for 205 yards and three TDs in Cal's 45-26 win over UCLA. That win was Tedford's first in eight games in southern California as the Bears head coach.