Offensive Player of the Week
Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State
So., QB, Potomac, Md./Bullis School

•              Completed 33 of 44 passes for 455 yards and six touchdowns in the victory over Indiana
•              Became the first Big Ten quarterback in conference history to have three games with at least five touchdown passes in one season
•              Tied school records with six touchdown passes and 33 completions, while finishing the game three yards shy of Art Schlichter’s 1978 school record of 458 passing yards
•              Earns his fourth career Offensive Player of the Week award and third in as many weeks
•              Last Ohio State Offensive Player of the Week: Dwayne Haskins (Oct. 1, 2018)

Defensive Player of the Week
Anthony Nelson, Iowa
Jr., DE, Urbandale, Iowa/Waukee

•              Registered 3.0 tackles for loss in a victory at Minnesota
•              Set a career high with three sacks for 19 yards in the contest
•              Recorded five tackles in the contest, including four solo stops
•              The two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree receives his first career Defensive Player of the Week honor
•              Last Iowa Defensive Player of the Week: A.J. Epenesa (Sept. 10, 2018)

Special Teams Player of the Week
Ty Johnson, Maryland
Sr., RB, Cumberland, Md./Fort Hill

•              Scored the second kickoff return touchdown of his career with a 98-yard score against Michigan, giving Maryland a 7-3 lead in the first quarter
•              Has recorded 3,935 career all-purpose yards as he looks to become just the fourth Terp to eclipse the 4,000 career all-purpose yardage mark, joining Torrey Smith (5,264), LaMont Jordan (4,960) and Stefon Diggs (4,106)
•              Marked his first kickoff return touchdown since a 100-yard kickoff return at Ohio State in 2017
•              Earns his second career Special Teams Player of the Week honor and first since 2017
•              Last Maryland Special Teams Player of the Week: Ty Johndon (Oct. 9, 2017)

Freshman of the Week
Riley Moss, Iowa
Fr., DB, Ankeny, Iowa/Centennial

•              Set career highs with five tackles and two interceptoins against Minnesota
•              Made his first career start against the Gophers, becoming one of seven true freshman to start in the secondary in the Ferentz era
•              Recorded four solo tackles in the contest
•              Earns his first Freshman of the Week award
•              Last Iowa Freshman of the Week: Manny Rugamba (Nov. 14, 2016)