Oregon Freshman Justin Flowe Leads Pac-12 Weekly Awards

EUGENE — Linebacker Justin Flowe was named the Pac-12 freshman of the week on Tuesday for his standout performance in Oregon’s 31-24 season-opening win over Fresno State.

Flowe led the Ducks’ defense with a whopping 14 tackles in his first career start, including five solo takedowns. The Chino, Calif., native also had a tackle for loss and forced a crucial fumble that set up a game-tying field goal for Oregon in the fourth quarter.

The first Pac-12 freshman of the week for the 2021 season, Flowe’s 14 tackles are the most by a UO freshman since Troy Dye had 14 on Sept. 21, 2016. He is the first Oregon player since 2007 and just the fourth since 2000 to record at least 14 tackles and force a fumble in the same game, and he is the eighth player in program history to have at least 14 tackles in a season opener.

Flowe leads the Pac-12 in tackles after week one, and he was one of four Ducks to force a fumble on Saturday. Flowe and the Ducks – who moved to No. 12 in the AP top-25 poll on Tuesday – will travel to Columbus, Ohio, to face No. 3 Ohio State this Saturday at 9 a.m. PT on FOX.

FRESHMAN:  Justin Flowe, Fr., ILB, Oregon (Chino, CA)

  • Led Oregon to a season-opening win over Fresno State with a career-high 14 tackles while adding a TFL and a forced fumble.  Forced a fumble with Oregon trailing 24-21 in the fourth quarter, setting up a game-tying field goal and setting the stage for the Ducks’ comeback win.
  • Leads the Pac-12 in tackles after Week One. His 14 tackles are the most by a UO freshman since Troy Dye had 14 on Sept. 21, 2016.  First Oregon player since 2007 and just the fourth overall since 2000 to have at least 14 tackles and a forced fumble in the same game.  Just the 8th player in program history to have at least 14 tackles in a season opener.
  • Earned a solid 75.8 grade in run defense by Pro Football Focus.
  • 1st Oregon player to win the award since it started in 2019.

Also nominated:  Calen Bullock, S, USC; Gunner Cruz, QB, Arizona; Montana Lemonius-Craig, WR, Colorado; Eddie Czaplicki, P, Arizona State

OFFENSE:  Zach Charbonnet, Jr., RB, UCLA (Camarillo, CA)

  • 117 rushing yards on 11 attempts and a TD in win over LSU, his 2nd straight 100-yard game.
  • Ranks 4th in FBS in rushing yards (223) and tied for 1st in rushing TD (4).  Averages 13.1 yards per carry on 17 attempts this season.
  • 9th Pac-12 player since 1996 to have 200+ rushing yards in their first 2 games with the school.
  • 1st UCLA player to win the award since Dorian Thompson-Robinson in September 2019 and first UCLA RB to win since Joshua Kelley in November 2018.

Also nominated:  Drake London, WR, USC; Charlie Brewer, QB, Utah; Anthony Brown, QB, Oregon; Rachaad White, RB, Arizona State; Gunner Cruz, QB, Arizona

DEFENSE:  Devin Lloyd, Jr., LB, Utah (Chula Vista, CA)

  • Career-high 12 tackles in win over Weber State with 8 of them coming in the first half.  5th career game with double-digit tackles and most by a Ute since 2019.
  • 2.0 TFL for 10 yards including an 8-yard sack.  Also had a forced fumble and his 2nd career interception.
  • 1st Utah player to win the award since Julian Blackmon in November 2019.  Utah players won the award 4 times that season.

Also nominated:  Mitchell Agude, OLB, UCLA; Darien Butler, LB, Arizona State; Justin Flowe, ILB, Oregon; Greg Johnson, Nickel, USC; Anthony Pandy, LB, Arizona; Nate Landman, ILB, Colorado

SPECIAL TEAMS:  D.J. Taylor, R-Fr., DB, Arizona State (Tampa, FL)

  • Finished with a total of 142 all-purpose yards, recording 87 punt return yards and 55 kickoff return yards. The 142 return yards are 22 more than the second-best in the conference.
  • Made the most of his three punt returns, leading the conference after Week One with 87 punt return yards. Electrified the crowd with a 47 yard punt return that directly led to a Sun Devil touchdown, the longest punt return of any player in the conference.
  • Fourth in the Pac-12 in all-purpose yards despite not getting an offensive touch.
  • 2nd straight time an Arizona State player has won the award as Will Shaffer won the final Special Teams Player of the Week for the 2020 season.

Also nominated:  Parker Lewis, PK, USC; Tom Snee, P, Oregon; Jadon Redding, K, Utah; Dimitri Stanley, WR, Colorado; Kazmeir Allen, WR, UCLA; Kyle Ostendorp, P, Arizona

OFFENSIVE LINE:  Alec Anderson, R-Jr., OT, UCLA (Fontana, CA)

  • Helped pave the way for UCLA to run for over 200 yards for the second straight game this season with a 210-yard effort in the win against LSU. The Bruins averaged 4.5 yards per carry on the night and produced one 100-yard rusher (Zach Charbonnet- 117) and another back who came up just short with 96 yards (Brittain Brown).
  • Credited with 2 knockdowns and graded out at 82% for the game. The offensive line’s dominance in the 4th quarter was reflected in a 11:34 to 3:26 time of possession edge to the Bruins which included 19 rushing attempts for 112 yards (5.9 avg).
  • First UCLA player to win this award since it began in 2019.

Also nominated:  LaDarius Henderson, LG, Arizona State; Donovan Laie, OL, Arizona; Braeden Daniels, LG, Utah; T.J. Bass, OL, Oregon

DEFENSIVE LINE:  D.J. Davidson, Gr., NT, Arizona State (Mesa, AZ)

  • Stuffed the stat sheet during a dominant season debut, helping the Sun Devils defeat Southern Utah 41-14. Extremely productive effort from his nose tackle spot, collecting six tackles, two tackles for loss, and a fumble recovery.
  • A key reason why Arizona State held Southern Utah under 80 yards rushing and only 3.0 yards/rush. Drew the attention of the opposing blocking scheme, but still manage to put up numbers and draw a holding penalty.
  • Tied for the second-most tackles for loss in the conference (2.0) and also tied for the second-most tackles among defensive lineman (6.0) in week one. One of only seven players in the conference to recover a fumble.
  • 4th Arizona State player to win this award since it began in 2019 and the first since Tyler Johnson won in December 2020.

Also nominated:  Otito Ogbonnia, DL, UCLA; Drake Jackson, OLB, USC; Brandon Dorlus, DT, Oregon; Trevon Mason, DT, Arizona; Jalen Sami, NT, Colorado

Date  Offensive Defensive Special Teams Offensive
Defensive Line Freshman
Sept. 7 Zach Charbonnet, UCLA Devin Lloyd, UTAH D.J. Taylor, ASU Alec Anderson, UCLA D.J. Davidson, ASU Justin Flowe, ORE
Sept. 13            

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