James and Harris Named Players of the Week

James had a career day versus the Cardinal.

The Pacific-10 Conference today named two Oregon Ducks as Players of the Week. Running back LaMichael James and cornerback Cliff Harris were named offensive and defensive players of the week by the the Pac-10 according to a media release.

LaMichael James rushed for a career high 257 yards on 31 carries during Oregon's 52-31 win over Stanford. James performance, including a 76-yard run for score propelled his rushing average to 178 yards per game, which leads the conference and ranks second nationally among rushing leaders.

This is the second time James has been named Player of the Week in his career.

Cliff Harris recorded two interceptions that helped Oregon shut Stanford out of the scoring column. The honor is the second time Harris has been selected Player of the Week this year although the first time was for Special Teams play.

So far this season, the Ducks have also had Kenjon Barner and Jackson Rice receive the Pac-10 accolades.

Washington kicker Erik Folk (special teams) was the other winner this week.

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