Michigan receiver Jeremy Gallon eludes a diving Indiana linebacker David Cooper (42) for a chunk of his record-setting 369 yards on 14 catches. (John T. Greilick / Detroit News)
Ann Arbor ó Michigan receiver Jeremy Gallon and Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough are the Big Tenís offensive and defensive players, respectively, of the week.
Gallon set a Big Ten record with 369 receiving yards, the second-most in Football Bowl Subdivision history, in Michiganís victory over Indiana last Saturday. Purdueís Chris Daniels held the previous mark of 301 yards set in 1999.
Gallon also caught a career-high 14 passes and scored two touchdowns against the Hoosiers. This was his second player-of-the-week honor this season, the last coming on Sept. 9.
Bullough had 10 tackles, including two for a loss and a sack, and forced a fumble in the Spartansí shutout of Purdue last Saturday, the Spartansí first shutout of a conference foe since 1999.
The seniorís sack of Purdue quarterback Danny Etling caused a fumble that was returned 45 yards for a touchdown by Denicos Allen.
This is his seventh game with double-digit tackles.