Oklahoma State senior quarterback Clint Chelf passed for 370 yards and added 35 yards on the ground and a 46-yard pass reception ran for 35 more in a 49-17 victory over previously unbeaten and fourth-ranked Baylor. His 451 yards of total offesne earned him the the Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week honor.
The award, administered by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, honors an offensive and a defensive player every week throughout the college football season.
Chelf is the fourth Oklahoma State player to be recognized by the Walter Camp Football Foundation as a National Player of the Week and the first since former Cowboy quarterback Brandon Weedon in 2011.
Sam Carter, a safety for TCU, is the only other Big 12 player to be honored as a National Player of the Week this season. Carter, a junior, was named Defensive Player of the Week in September this saeason.
This is the 10 year the Walter Camp Football Foundation has recognized an offensive and defensive player every week during the regular season.