For the second straight week, WVU has grabbed a Big East player of the week award. This week, it's twice as nice, as two Mountaineers make the list.
Brad Lewis (Shadyside, Ohio) led the WVU offense in a 34-14 victory over Kent State. The senior
quarterback finished with a career-high 306 yards of total offense and three touchdowns. He completed a career-high 27 passes on 34 attempts for 286 yards and two TDs. It was the fifth 200-yard game of his career. He also had an eight-yard scoring run, the third rushing touchdown of his career.
Shawn Terry (Homestead, Fla.) averaged 40.5 yards per kick return in the Mountaineers' win over Kent
State. The senior return specialist had two returns for 81 yards, with a long of 50 yards. He moved into third place on WVU's kickoff return yard list with 1,182. Terry also had four catches for 46 yards in the game.
Previously, WVU free safety Rick Sherrod garnered defensive player of the week honors for his performance against Ohio.