Minnesota beat Purdue 38-31 this past Saturday.

When considering that the Boilermakers were without its starting quarterback and top wide receiver (Elijah Sindelar and Rondale Moore, respectively,) the victory shouldn’t come as a major surprise. However, what Golden Gophers QB Tanner Morgan did has to come as a surprise.

After all, he did something no other Big Ten QB has before.

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Morgan completed 21-of-22 passes for 396 yards, 4 TD and zero INT. The 21-of-22 mark put Morgan at a 95.5% completion clip. That’s the highest mark ever for a B1G QB attempting at least 15 passes in a game.

With that in mind, the Rose Bowl announced its Player of the Week honors on Monday:

To what should be nobody’s surprise, Morgan took home the honors. Ohio State and Penn State may have put together impressive performances as a team, but nobody stood out more than Morgan did on Saturday.

Read those numbers again. They are just ridiculous.