Boilermaker senior wide receiver Dorien Bryant has been named the Big Ten's co-Offensive Player-of-the-Week, sharing the award with Ohio State running back Chris Wells.
In Purdue's 31-6 rout of visiting Iowa Saturday, Bryant caught nine passes for a career-high 167 yards, with touchdowns of 22 and 33 yards.
It's the second time this season Bryant's been honored. He was named Special Teams Player-of-the-Week after returning a kickoff for a touchdown at Toledo in Week 1.
Wells ran for 221 yards as the Buckeyes remained unbeaten with a win over Michigan State.