Sept. 27, 2006
ATLANTA - The Master Coaches Survey (MCS) announced earlier this week that Washington senior quarterback Isaiah Stanback was awarded an "MCS Game Ball" as the offensive player of the week for his efforts in the Huskies' 29-19 win over UCLA last Saturday.
Stanback accounted for 248 of the Huskies' 249 yards of total offense, throwing for 200 yards and a career-high three touchdowns. He was also the UW's leading rusher, compiling 48 yards on the ground as the Huskies overcame a 16-0 deficit to win.
The MCS, a group of distinguished former college coaches including former Washington head coach Don James, produces a weekly top 25 ranking and also awards "game balls" to coaches and players each week.
Joining Stanback as winners of game ball from last weekend's games were Notre Dame's Terrail Lambert (defense), Virginia Tech's Josh Morgan (special teams), Clemson offensive coordinator Rob Spence and Ohio State defensive coordinator Jim Heacock.
For more on the Master Coaches' Survey, visit www.mcspoll.com.