Time for our weekly tip of the cap to three players from the Pac-12 who stood out in Week 10.
Gionni Paul, LB, Utah: Paul was everywhere for the Utes' defense in their 34-23 road win at Washington. He finished the game with nine stops, but also tallied a pair of sacks, two tackles for a loss, an interception and he returned a fumble 54 yards for a touchdown.
Ronald Jones II, RB, USC: Jones set the single-game rushing record for a USC freshman with 177 yards on 19 carries. His 74-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter gave the Trojans a little extra breathing room as they went on to top visiting Arizona 38-30. He also hauled in a 5-yard touchdown reception that knotted the game at 17-17 before the half.
Thomas Duarte, WR, UCLA: He's been Josh Rosen's go-to guy most of the season. In the Bruins 41-0 win at Oregon State (and the defense certainly deserves a dusting of credit for the shutout), Duarte hauled in six balls for 116 yards and a pair of touchdowns. All six of his catches went for either scores or first downs as he moved up to eighth on the school's all-time receiving touchdowns list. It was his third 100-yard receiving game of the season.