Oct. 28, 2002
COLO. SPGS., Colo. -
Casey Bramlet (Wyoming), Adam Wade (Colorado State) and Kyle Conerly (San Diego State) were named Mountain West Conference Players of the Week following last weekend's action. Bramlet was named Offensive Player of the Week, Wade takes Defensive honors and Conerly receives Special Teams recognition. Wade is honored for the second of his career (2001), while Bramlet and Conerly are recognized for the first time.
MWC Offensive Player of the Week
Casey Bramlet, Wyoming, QB, Junior
Junior quarterback Casey Bramlet threw for a season-high 387 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for 19 yards and a score in Wyoming's upset win over 19th-ranked Air Force. Bramlet tossed scoring strikes of 40- and 58 yards, while adding a nine-yard, third quarter TD scamper on a fourth-and-2 play to give the Cowboys a 24-14 advantage.
MWC Defensive Player of the Week
Adam Wade, Colorado State, LB, Junior
Linebacker Adam Wade registered a career-high 15 tackles, the most by a Colorado State player this season, in CSU's 37-10 victory over BYU. Included in Wade's tackle total were three tackles for loss, for minus 15 yards, and a nine-yard quarterback sack.
MWC Special Teams Player of the Week
Kyle Conerly, San Diego State, PR, Sophomore
Kyle Conerly etched his name in the Mountain West Conference record book with an 87-yard punt return for touchdown in San Diego State's triumph over UNLV. Conerly's return is the second-longest in MWC history. Conerly was given the starting assignment due to injury and recorded the fifth longest punt return in SDSU history and the first for a score since 1988. For the game, Conerly totaled 107 yards on four returns.