Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week

Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week

Oregon sophomore Bralon Addison was honored on Monday by being named Pac-12 Conference Special Teams Player of the Week. Addison returned two punts against California for touchdowns of 75 and 67 yards, tying a school record. Oregon beat California 55-16 at Autzen Stadium.

Bralon Addison, originally from Missouri City, Texas., also caught two passes and had a rush for 11 yards in a game that was marked by a driving rain storm.

Addison ranks first nationally in punt return average (36.5 ypg).

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