Nov. 12, 2007
SEATTLE - After each game, Coach Tyrone Willingham and the Husky football coaching staff will name the Huskies' Pepsi Players of the Game for that week's performance. The winners following the UW's loss at Oregon State are quarterback Carl Bonnell, defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, linebacker Chris Stevens, center Gregory Christine, linebacker Pete Galbraith and safety Quinton Richardson.
Bonnell, a senior from Kent, Wash., replaced injured starter Jake Locker in the second quarter and nearly led the Huskies to a remarkable comeback. He completed 10-of-25 passes for 233 yards and two touchdowns and also scored on a run. His two TD passes were for 41 and 86 yards.
Te'o-Nesheim, a junior from Waikoloa, Hawaii, totaled six tackles, including a sack in the game. He also forced a fumble.
Stevens, a junior from Mojave, Calif., was honored for his play on special teams. He notched two solo tackles.
Christine, a sophomore from Camarillo, Calif., Galbraith, a freshman from Deming, Calif., and Richardson, a freshman from Renton, Wash., were honored for their work on the Huskies' offensive, defensive and special teams service teams, respectively.