Nutella knows the worth of a spread and the company is spreading joy across the B1G.

The famous hazelnut chocolate company gave praise to Michigan running back Blake Corum and Ohio State receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. for their blocking ability. Last week, both players spread their wings and bulldozed a pair of defenders en route to setting up touchdowns.

Against Indiana, Harrison clobbered a Hoosiers’ defensive back on a 71-yard touchdown run by Xavier Johnson. The Buckeyes would end up totaling 662 yards and 27 1st downs en route to a 56-14 win. The real winner? Harrison, who got a personal shoutout from Nutella for the block.

As for Corum, his crack block against Nebraska set up a 3-yard touchdown run for quarterback J.J. McCarthy. The Wolverines gunslinger finished with 129 passing yards and 3 total touchdowns on the way to a 34-3 win. Meanwhile, Corum rushed for 162 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries.

Much like Harrison, Nutella gave Corum a shoutout for the play.

Corum is currently considered a front-runner for both the Doak Walker Award and Heisman Trophy after rushing for 1,349 yards and 17 TDs in 10 games. Harrison, a dark horse for the Heisman, should be the favorite to win the Biletnikoff Award after scoring 11 touchdowns to begin the season.

Ohio State will travel to College Park to take on Maryland Saturday while Michigan will play host to Illinois. The 2 schools meet at Ohio Stadium on Nov. 26 to face off for the B1G East title.