Following the Pac-12 naming senior inside linebacker Mychal Kendricks its Defensive Player of the Year, Kendricks picked up Yahoo! Sports' nod, as well, to go along with his Yahoo! Sports third-team All-American nod.
Tavecchio led the conference in field goals (19) and field goal percentage, with a career-best 86.4 mark (19-for-22). Tavecchio hit 2-of-2 field goals from 1-19 yards, 6-of-7 from 20-29 yards, 7-of-7 from 30-39 yards, 3-of-5 from 40-49 yards and 1-of-1 from beyond 50 yards, with a long of 54 yards against Oregon.
Sofele came in fourth in the conference with 1,270 rushing yards, scoring nine touchdowns and averaging 105.8 yards per game -- all career highs.
Guyton was tied with fellow senior defensive end Ernest Owusu for 15th in the league in sacks with 4.5 apiece. Guyton tied linebacker D.J. Holt for eighth in tackles for loss, with 10.5.
Anger -- a finalist for the Ray Guy Award as the nation's top punter -- ranked fourth in the Pac-12 in punting with a 44.6-yard average -- the second-highest mark of his career. Anger put four punts into the end zone and 18 inside the 20-yard line with 15 punts of over 50 yards.