This just out from Big Ten Tonight and Penn State Sports Information, Penn State quarterback Daryll Clark has been awarded Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week recognition.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - One of the primary catalysts in Penn State's 31-7 thumping of Akron in Saturday's season opener has been honored by the Big Ten Conference.
Senior quarterback Daryll Clark (Youngstown, Ohio) set career highs with a record-breaking 29 of 40 performance for a career-best 353 yards to earn Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week. He tossed three first half touchdown passes, the second-highest total of his career.
The conference honor is the third for Clark in the 13 regular season games he has started. He shares this week's honor with Purdue running back Ralph Bolden.
Daryll Clark has a message for all of you haters who said the Spread HD was going to go analog without Butler, Williams, and Norwood. Be afraid. Be very afraid.