Ohio State's Corey "Philly" Brown was named the Big Ten Special Team Player of the Week.
Brown returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown during the Buckeyes 63-38 win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers Saturday night. He accounted for 112 all-purpose yards.
This is his first Big Ten Special Teams Award. The last Buckeye to get the honor was kicker Devin Barclay in 2010.
Carlos Hyde was also honored by the Big Ten as Co-Offensive Player of the week.
Hyde became the first Buckeye since Eddie George in 1995 to score four touchdowns in a game.
Braxton Miller was the last Buckeye to win the award. He was Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week in September.
Hyde shared this week's award with Michigan's Denard Robinson.
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