PLAYER OF THE WEEK Brandon Sebastian, Boston College: The junior defensive back from West Haven had six pass breakups as the Eagles held off Pittsburgh for 31-30 overtime victory to improve to 3-1. Sebastian had nine solo tackles, and is tied for the FBS lead with eight pass breakups and had an interception in a loss to nationally-ranked North Carolina. CATCHING ON Boston College receiver C.J. Lewis, a junior from Hamden, had a season-high 58 receiving yards in the win over Pittsburgh. Lewis has six catches for 103 yards in the last two games after managing seven receptions and 50 yards in his last 14 games. Manchester\u2019s Jevin Frett had a catch in all five games this season for Louisiana-Monroe. Frett has 11 catches for 180 yards and a touchdown this season. WELCOME TO THE SEC After four years playing for Northeast Conference powerhouse Central Connecticut, it didn\u2019t take former Barlow star Connor Mignone long to earn a starting spot at Vanderbilt. Mignone made his Southeastern Conference debut, starting at right offensive tackle in a loss to nationally-ranked Texas A&M on Sept. 26. He also got the start at right tackle against defending national champion LSU on Oct. 3 and in the Oct. 10 game against South Carolina. SEEING TIME FOR NO. 1 TIGERS Quarterback snaps at Clemson can be hard to come by with potential No. 1 overall NFL draft pick Trevor Lawrence and highly-touted freshman D.J. Uiagalelei on hand, but Bridgeport\u2019s Taisun Phommachanh has appeared in three of the four games for No. 1 Clemson. He ran twice for three yards and threw an incomplete pass in the Tigers\u2019 42-17 win over Miami on Saturday. He is 3 of 10 passing for 8 yards and an interception and has run five times for 23 yards. TV TIME Hartford\u2019s Tahj Herring-Wilson, a former UConn defensive back, is playing for Arkansas State, which will meet Georgia State on Thursday at 7 p.m. on ESPN. Windsor\u2019s Jason Pinnock, a senior defensive back, leads Pittsburgh on the road to face Miami on Saturday at noon on the ACC Network.