QB: Paul Jones (Penn State) Analysis: A true dual-threat QB if I ever saw one. Paul Jones seems to be in midseason form as he just dominated the game against the poor Huskies from UConn. While his passing seems to be a little off for now (16-32 passing, 228 yards, 2 TDs 3 INTs), what seperated Paul Jones from the rest of the user QBs this week was his ability to create plays with his feet. Jones ended the day with 11 rushes for a ridiculous 128 yards and 2 touchdowns, as the Penn State Nittany Lions ended up with the 45-29 victory over UConn. While Bobjr. will certainly not like giving up the 29 points this week, he will certainly be salivating at the prospect of seeing Jones climbing up people's Heisman board, and with performances like this, Paul Jones will certainly become a Heisman favorite in the weeks to come.HB: Russ Terrell (Michigan)There were a lot of people that could have been named as running back of the week. Both Penn State's Pennington and Stanford's Wilkerson ended with more yards (149 each) but no one was more crucial to their team's victory than the 6'1'' running back from Michigan, Russ Terrell. Terrell ended the day with 20 carries for 130 yards and 2 touchdowns in the team's 19-14 win over last year's champs, the Oregon Ducks. Any time a running back accounts for all of his team's touchdowns in a game that was seen as the undoubted game of the week, he will get the nod here. Congrats Terrell.WR: Charles Torwudzo (Purdue)HIDE YO KIDS!! HIDE YO WIFE!! HIDE YO HUSBAND!! TORWUDZO BE RAPIN EVERY SECONDARY OUT DURR!! This 6'5'' 220 pound senior is a freak of nature! Even back in his high school days people knew he would be a star, but he has just opened up his senior season like a man on a mission. Charles ended the day with 8 catches for 128 yards in Purdue's 29-24 win over Notre Dame. The only thing that Charles didn't do was get into the endzone, which is something that he will certainly be doing a lot of this year. While Cal's Derek Allen ended with more yards (141 yards, 1 TD) Charles gets the nod here with his 8 catches in comparison to Allen's 4.DEF: Corey Tyson (Penn State)All this guy loves to do is make your QB want to tap out by the time the 4th quarter starts. Tyson was all over the field in his team's 45-29 win over UConn, racking up 9 tackles, including 2 sacks and a forced fumble. While there were a couple of user defenders that racked up 10 solo tackles; along with Ohio State's David Madison who totaled 3 sacks, Tyson gets the nod for this week.