DEFENSIVE ENDS VICTOR BUTLER and Slade Norris continued to move up OSU's career sacks list while WR…
Laybourn Pac-10 Defensive POW for third time
Laybourn had a team-high 11 stops, (8 solo), including 1.5 for loss against the 'Cats.
The Oregon State defense limited Arizona to 297 yards total offense and logged three quarterback sacks on the night.
This is the third defensive player of the week honor for Laybourn this season. Previous Beaver winners this year include Jacquizz Rodgers and Laybourn for the week of Sep. 27, Laybourn for Oct. 18, Jacquizz Rodgers for Nov.1, Quizz again for Nov. 8, and Stephen Paea and James Rodgers for Nov. 15.
Tailback Jahvid Best of California and kicker Nico Grasu of Washington State took the offensive and special teams awards this week, respectively.
Also nominated for offensive player of the week honors was OSU wide receiver Sammie Stroughter, while Beavers' Kicker Justin Kahut was nominated for special teams play.
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