Indiana has been rolling the past month. The Hoosiers have won four straight games and are now 7-2 overall.

That’s right. Indiana is 7-2!

Part of the reason is because of the defense, however, the offensive side of the ball has done its job as well. Indiana has been able to lean on its running game while having to flip-flop quarterbacks seemingly each week due to injuries.

Stevie Scott, Indiana’s top back, has been the go-to guy. And on Saturday against Northwestern, he rushed for 116 yards and scored three total touchdowns to help the Hoosiers win 34-3.

Scott already won the B1G’s offensive Player of the Week award for his performance, but hours after that was announced, the Rose Bowl gave him the same honor:

Scott has also had a rushing TD in 11 of his last 14 games. On the season, the sophomore is averaging 5 yards per carry while scoring 10 total TDs.

Indiana has a bye this weekend and travels to take on Penn State Nov. 16.