Ducks sweep Pac-12 lineman awards

EUGENE, Ore. – Following Oregon’s 21-6 win over Stanford on Saturday, offensive tackle Penei Sewell and defensive end Gus Cumberlander have earned Pac-12 Conference weekly honors.


Cumberlander, who had his second career multi-sack game, claimed the defensive lineman of the week honor. He finished with 1.5 sacks and three tackles while helping the Ducks hold their third consecutive opponent without a touchdown. Cumberlander was part of an Oregon pass rush that had five sacks and helped limit Stanford to just 120 passing yards. 


Sewell, who was the highest graded offensive lineman in the Pac-12 by Pro Football Focus (PFF), earned the offensive lineman of the week award for the second consecutive week. The sophomore finished with a grade of 84.0 over 56 snaps and did not allow a pressure, hurry or hit on quarterback Justin Herbert for the third game in a row.


Cumberlander Notables
» Claimed first career Pac-12 weekly award.

» Ranks second on the team in career sacks with 6.5.

» Second time in last seven games he’s had multiple sacks (2.0 vs. Arizona State in 2018).

» Has a sack in five career games.

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» Part of an Oregon defense to not allow three straight opponents to score a TD for the first time since 1933.


Sewell Notables
» Named to PFF National Team of the Week for the second straight week

» Third-highest graded offensive lineman in the nation by PFF.

» Fourth time in 11 career games he’s been the highest graded tackle in the Pac-12 by PFF.

» Tied for team lead with five knockdowns against Stanford.

» Leads Oregon with 21 knockdowns this season.

» Oregon is 9-2 when he starts at left tackle.