Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller was named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week.
Miller had a hand in all five of Ohio State's touchdowns on Saturday's win over California 35-28.
He set a career high in passing yards (245) and threw for four TDs for the first time in a game.
This is Miller's first Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honor after being named Freshman of the Week twice last year, according to a league release.
The last Big Ten Offensive POW from Ohio State was Chris Wells in 2008.
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