The Monday after a big win usually brings more good news. This week, it's good news times three over, with Jett Duffey, Jordyn Brooks and Trey Wolff all taking home Player of the Week honors for their respective sides of the ball.

The offensive player of the week, Duffey showed incredible poise out-dueling Oklahoma State, throwing for 424 yards and five touchdowns with zero turnovers -- the first Texas Tech QB to do so since Patrick Mahomes.

Duffey also got an ESPN helmet sticker, so lock that in as a successful start.

The Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week is Jordyn Brooks, who dominated all game long, tallying 19 total tackles, 3 sacks, and 4 tackles for loss. He also forced a fumble just as a cherry on top.

Brooks also locked in the Senior Bowl Senior of the Week:

Oh, and the Walter Camp Player of the Week. That's an impressive week for the senior linebacker, who's finishing his Red Raider career with his best season yet.

Finally, true freshman kicker Trey Wolff overcame a missed kick to go 3-4 with 4 PATs to be a pivotal piece in the team's 10-point win over Oklahoma State.