LARAMIE, Wyo. - Brian Hill earned a number of honors this past week for his outstanding performance in Wyoming's 45-17 road win at Fresno State last Saturday. Hill was named the Walter Camp Football Foundation National Offensive Player of the Week. This is the 11th year that the Walter Camp Football Foundation honors one offensive and one defensive player as its national Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) players of the week during the regular season. Recipients are selected by a panel of national media members and administered by the Foundation.Hill, a true freshman running back from Belleville, Ill., accounted for 387 all-purpose yards in leading Wyoming to the road win. Hill rushed for 281 yards on 23 carries and two touchdowns, averaging 12.2 yards per carry. He also caught three passes for 106 yards.Hill became only the fifth player in NCAA history to rush for at least 200 yards and have at least 100 yards receiving in a single game. His 387 all-purpose yards is the best single-game performance in the nation this season, and set a new University of Wyoming single-game record and a Mountain West Conference single-game record. His 281 rushing yards is the second best single-game performance in the nation this season, and is the second best single-game performance in Wyoming school history. Hill had a 32-yard TD run in the first quarter. He added a 66-yard TD gallop in the second quarter and had a career-long 89-yard run against the Bulldogs. Hill is the first Wyoming player to earn Walter Camp National Player of the Week honors since the Player of the Week awards were established in 2004. Colby Kirkegaard has played some of his best football in the Wyoming Cowboys' last two games at Colorado State on Oct. 25 and at Fresno State on Nov. 1. Over the past two weeks, Kirkegaard recorded his first two career 300-yard passing games -- 335 at CSU and 320 at FSU. The senior has completed 43 of 68 (63.2 percent) passes with four touchdowns and no interceptions the past two games. He guided Wyoming to a season high 694 yards of total offense at Fresno State and has helped Wyoming post its two highest point totals of the season -- 31 at CSU and 45 at Fresno State.Wyoming's 694 yards of total offense vs. Fresno State ranks as the 19th best single-game total in the nation in 2014. It also ranks No. 4 in Wyoming school history.The Cowboy defense has created some offense of its own this season. In two consecutive weeks at Hawai'i on Oct. 11 and versus San Jose State on Oct. 18, the Wyoming defense converted a turnover into an immediate touchdown. At Hawai'i, senior linebacker Mark Nzeocha forced a fumble when sacking the Hawai'i quarterback and fellow senior linebacker Devyn Harris picked up the loose ball and returned it 78 yards to give Wyoming a 14-0 lead. Against San Jose State, senior cornerback Blair Burns ripped the ball loose from a Spartan running back and took the forced fumble 63 yards for the score to tie the game at 10-10. At Fresno State on Nov. 1, Cowboy cornerback Tyran Finley intercepted two passes in the fourth quarter that led to a Cowboy touchdown and a field goal.This Friday's game will be televised on ESPN2 and will be broadcast on radio over the 26 affiliate stations of the Cowboy Sports Network. The radio broadcast begins one hour before kickoff.