College GameDay’s Kirk Herbstreit unveiled his top teams, coaches, and players from the last week’s action, and the B1G earned some of his attention.

To start, Herbstreit named his Top Performing Teams of the Week, with No. 2 Iowa tying for the top spot.

Iowa, now 6-0, came away with an exciting 23-20 home victory over No. 8 Penn State at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday. The Hawkeyes stormed back from an early 14-3 deficit to grab the win, putting them securely in the driver’s seat in the B1G West.

Herbstreit then went on to name his Top Performing Players of the Week, with No. 10 Michigan State running back Kenneth Walker III and wide receiver Jordan Nailor sharing the No. 5 spot.

Nailor pulled in three touchdowns on Saturday against Rutgers, tying a school record, and had five catches overall for 221 yards to mark the fourth-highest receiving total in school history. In all, Nailor caught TD passes of 63, 63 and 65 yards, all in the first half.

For Walker, his 94-yard touchdown run in the third quarter was the longest offensive play from scrimmage in school history. His 233 yards rushing, coupled with Nailor’s 221 yards and quarterback Payton Thorne’s 339 yards marked on the fifth time in FBS history, a trio of players from the same team in the same game had 300 yards passing, 200 yards rushing and 200 yards receiving.

Finally, Herbstreit tabbed his Top Performing Coaches of the Week, with Iowa defensive coordinator Phil Parker earning the No. 6 spot on his list.

The Hawkeyes used a stellar defensive effort, to go along with some key breakaway plays on offense to handle Penn State, forcing four Penn State turnovers — all interceptions. The Parker-led Iowa defense clamped down in the final stages of the game, holding the Nittany Lions scoreless on its last six possessions, including five in the fourth quarter. During those six possessions, the Penn State offense managed just 19 total yards on 25 plays, resulting in three punts, two turnovers on downs and one interception.