Indiana receiver Ty Fryfogle is being recognized for his 200-yard effort in the Hoosiers’ win over Michigan State on Saturday.

He’s made Pro Football Focus’ national offense of the week:

Fryfogle broke career highs across the board with his performance vs. the Spartans: 11 receptions for 200 yards and two touchdowns. His previous career-best numbers were set just one week ago against Michigan: seven catches for 142 yards and a score.

Indiana’s offense needed this sort of dominant performance against Michigan State. Quarterback Michael Penix Jr. was solid for the most part, but did throw two interceptions. Fryfogle accounted for 62.5 percent of Penix’s passing yards.

Fryfogle is now the Big Ten’s leader in receiving yards with 424 through four games. That includes Week 1 when Fryfogle only caught two passes for 27 yards. He’s also tied for No. 3 in the conference in receptions (24) and tied for No. 2 in touchdowns (4).

Here’s a partial highlight reel from Fryfogle’s game vs. Michigan State:

Indiana will now turn its attention to Ohio State.