Sudfeld wins Big Ten honor for 2nd consecutive week

The Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week award is in Nate Sudfeld’s possessions for the second consecutive Monday.

Sudfeld was honored by the conference again this week after leading IU to a win over Purdue on Saturday. The senior quarterback became IU’s all-time passing leader (7,490) yards while leading the program to its third consecutive win in the Old Oaken Bucket game. He threw for 350 yards on 18-of-29 passing with a career-high-tying four touchdown passes and one rushing score.

Over IU’s last two games, Sudfeld has thrown for eight scores and scored 10 total touchdowns, while completing 41 of his 64 passes for 735 yards.

Sudfeld shares this week’s honor with Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott.

3 comments

  1. And most well deserved. He showed great leadership and skill in the Purdue game, saving his best performance to date for his last regular season game.

  2. It is great he got the award the last two weeks. T I too want to see him have a great Bowl game and go out the right way with a win. I also agree he is one of the good guys on the team.

    Podunker, I agree he did have a great game against Purdue. He set the record at IU for yardage and only played one year as the starter; just imagine what he would have done as a full time starter once he came to IU.

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