Whop Philyor is at it again.

The Indiana wide receiver has been on a tear over the last month, catching 10 passes or more for over 100 yards in three of Indiana’s last four games. He’s doing bit things again on Saturday night, with the Hoosiers hosting Northwestern.

In the first half alone, Philyor had almost eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the game. He caught just two passes but those two receptions accounted for 76 yards. That includes this incredible 35-yard catch to put IU in scoring position midway through the second quarter.

A few plays later, Stevie Scott III punched the football across the goal line on a two-yard run to give Indiana a 24-3 advantage. That ended up being the halftime score.

Philyor was the B1G’s leading receiver entering the week, totaling 737 yards and three touchdowns this season. He’s well on his way to staying at the top with plays like that.