Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock has certainly had an up and down season so far. During Saturday’s double overtime win over the Indiana Hoosiers, Rudock certainly had an up day.
In the win, he threw for a career-high 440 yards and a Michigan record six touchdowns. For his efforts, Rudock was named the Walter Camp Offensive Player of the Week.
This is the fifth time a Michigan player has earned this honor. It was also the first time a Wolverine has won it since linebacker Brandon Herron won it in 2011.
Eastern Michigan linebacker Great Ibe was named the Walter Camp Defensive Player of the Week as well. He recorded a game-high 21 tackles, a career high, and a sack in a 28-17 win over UMass.
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