Michigan’s Blake Corum was a man on a mission against Washington Saturday night, and he continues to draw recognition for his big night.

Against the Huskies, Corum carried the ball 21 times for 171 rushing yards and 3 TDs. That included a huge 67-yard touchdown as Corum rolled to his second straight 100-yard game to open the season.

For his efforts, Corum reeled in the Rose Bowl Game B1G Player of the Week Award on Monday:

Corum is off to a hot start, leading the nation in all-purpose yards to begin 2021. It will be interesting to see what he is able to compile over the course of this season with the Wolverines. After the loss of star receiver Ronnie Bell, Corum’s role will be even more critical to the success of the offense.