Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate was named the Pac-12 offensive player of the week on Monday. It's the second consecutive honor for the Wildcats' sophomore.

Cal linebacker Jordan Kunaszyk was named the defensive player of the week and Utah punter Mitch Wishnowsky was named the special teams player of the week.

A week after rushing for 327 yards against Colorado, Tate had 378 yards of total offense (230 rushing, 148 passing) and accounted for three touchdowns in a 47-30 win against UCLA.

Kunaszyk helped Cal to a 37-3 upset of Washington State, with 11 tackles, 2.5 sacks, one forced fumble and one interception.

Wishnowsky averaged 46.8 yards on six punts in a 28-27 loss to USC. He played three punts inside the USC 15-yard line.

CU receiver Bryce Bobo and safety Evan Worthington were nominated for player of the week honors.