Washington coaches have honored quarterback Ronnie Fouch (offense) and LB Chris Stevens (special teams) as players of the week for their performance against Stanford.
However, for the first time this season, no defensive players were honored.
Fouch entered in relief of starting QB Jake Locker and completed 13 of 27 passes for 186 yards and one touchdown.
Stevens was credited with three tackles.
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Also honored were LB Fred Wiggs, C Mykenna Ikehara and S Greg Walker for their work on service teams.
Meanwhile, RB David Freeman and LB Donald Butler, who were injured in the loss to Stanford, remain listed atop their position depth charts.
At quarterback, Fouch is listed as the starter with walk-on Taylor Bean No. 2 and true freshman Luther Leonard No. 3.
There are two undecided starting positions listed: Alvin Logan or Jermaine Kearse at wide receiver and Joshua Gage or Matt Houston at outside linebacker.