Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin has been named the Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week.
McGloin shared the award with Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner.
In a 45-22 win over Indiana on Saturday, McGloin finished just four yards shy of the PSU passing yards record, totaling a career-best 395 yards and tying a career high with four touchdowns.
He completed 22 of 32 passing attempts, a 68.8 completion percentage, with all four of his touchdown tosses coming in the first half.
Became the program's single-season leader with 251 completions and 3,071 passing yards and is now the career leader with 45 touchdown passes.
The senior won his second career Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week award and first this season. He was also honored Sept. 26, 2011.
Gardner, meanwhile, became only the sixth player in the Football Bowl Subdivision since 2000 to throw for 300 yards, pass for three touchdowns and rush for three scores in Michigan's 42-17 victory over Iowa on Saturday.
He was 18-for-23 with 314 yards passing and three touchdowns, while also rushing for 37 yards and three more scores in the victory.
He is the first Michigan player to account for six touchdowns since Steve Smith also had three passing and three rushing scores in 1983.