Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock and receiver Jehu Chesson were named co-Big Ten Offensive Players of the Week on Monday after their impressive performances against Indiana.
Rudock completed 33-of-46 passes for 440 yards and a Michigan-record six TD in the Wolverines' 48-41 win in two overtimes.
Rudock also had 64 yards rushing to account for 504 of the Wolverines' 581 yards of total offense.
Chesson caught 10 passes for 207 yards and four TD, including the game-tying score on a 5-yard pass from Rudock that sent the game against Indiana into overtime.
BIG TEN WEEKLY AWARDS
CO-OFFENSE: QB Jake Rudock, Michigan; WR Jehu Chesson, Michigan.
DEFENSE: DT Malik McDowell, Michigan State.
SPECIAL TEAMS: K Griffin Oakes, Indiana.
FRESHMAN: RB Shannon Brooks, Minnesota.