The dust from the first Saturday of the 2015 college football season is just settling and we saw some pretty impressive performances throughout the day. There were none more impressive than a couple of players from the West Coast.
The Walter Camp Football Foundation named UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen and San Diego State linebacker Calvin Munson its offensive and defensive players of the week. The decision was announced early Sunday morning and these two players truly deserved it.
Rosen entered the game as the first true freshman starting quarterback in UCLA history. He went an impressive 28-35 with 351 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-16 win over the Virginia Cavaliers.
Munson had a big day for the Aztecs as he recorded a team-high 11 tackles with 2.5 of those for losses. He also made history for his team as becoming the first player in history to return two interceptions for touchdowns in one game.
Rosen is the seventh player to win the Walter Camp National Player of the Week award and the first UCLA offensive player to win it since Drew Olson in 2005. Munson is the first Aztec to win the award in school history.
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