Bramlet Named MWC Offensive Player of the Week

Nov. 3, 2003


Casey Bramlet (Wyoming), Dave Revill (Utah), Joe Miklos (UNLV) and Dillon Pieffer (UNLV) were named Mountain West Conference Players of the Week following Week Ten action. Bramlet claims Offensive Player of the Week, Revill and Miklos share Defensive honors, and Pieffer receives Special Teams recognition. Revill and Pieffer win the award for the third time in their careers and second this season. Bramlet his honored for the second time in his career (2002) and Miklos is a first time winner.

MWC Offensive Player of the Week
Casey Bramlet, Wyoming, Quarterback, Senior

Behind the play of quarterback Casey Bramlet, Wyoming won the "Bronze Boot" for the first time since 1998 with a 35-28 win over Colorado State. Bramlet completed 23 of 36 passes for 337 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner from 51 yards out with 10:17 remaining. Bramlet also scored on a 1-yard run to tie the score at 21 all in the third-quarter. His fourth 300-yard passing game of the season made him the only player in Wyoming history to throw for over 9,000 career yards.

MWC co-Defensive Player of the Week
Dave Revill, Utah, Safety, Senior

Dave Revill tied his career-high with a 15-tackle performance in Utah's triple overtime, 45-43, win at Air Force. Revill tallied nine solo stops in helping to hold the Falcons to 362 total yards. The win gave Utah sole possession of first place in the MWC with two games remaining.

MWC co-Defensive Player of the Week
Joe Miklos, UNLV, Defensive Back, Sophomore

Defensive back Joe Miklos had a hand in 10 points in UNLV's 37-35 triumph at New Mexico. Miklos forced a fumble on UNM's first play from scrimmage leading to a UNLV field goal. In the second-quarter, he returned a fumble 61 yards for a score and a 24-14 lead. He registered his second career interception with a third-quarter pick at the Rebel 6-yardline to thwart a New Mexico scoring drive. He also tallied a team-high seven tackles, including six solo stops.

MWC Special Teams Player of the Week
Dillon Pieffer, UNLV, Place Kicker, Senior

Dillon Pieffer connected on three field goals, including a career-long 50-yarder in UNLV's two-point win at New Mexico. Pieffer opened the scoring with a 28-yard boot, before adding a 42-yarder just before halftime. His third-quarter, 50-yard kick was the longest by a Rebel since 1994. He was also perfect on all four PATs and became UNLV's career scoring leader with 106 points.