Week two continues to treat Minnesota QB Weber well

Minnesota sophomore quarterback Adam Weber apparently likes week two. The Big Ten announced today that Weber earned the conferenceâÄôs Offensive Player of the Week award for his performance in the GophersâÄô second game of the year. He did the same a season ago for his efforts in a 41-35 triple overtime win against Miami (Ohio). This time around, it was for his play in MinnesotaâÄôs 42-17 drubbing of Bowling Green Saturday night at Doyt L. Perry Stadium. Weber put on a clinic, going 21-of-25 for 233 yards and a touchdown. He found the end zone with his feet as well, with a 3-yard scamper to put the Gophers up 35-17 late in the fourth quarter. The award was shared with running backs Javon Ringer of Michigan State and Evan Royster of Penn State. âÄîAustin Cumblad Clark garners Big Ten honors Sophomore Jennie Clark was named Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week to go along with her Regina Moench Memorial tournament defensive MVP award. She shared the Big Ten honor with Michigan State goalkeeper Lindsey Wrege. Clark earned the awards after her role in limiting opponents Ohio and Creighton to seven combined shots. She also netted her first career goal in the tournament. Senior Lindsey Schwartz earned the Offensive MVP award for the tournament. Sophomores Katie Bethke and Molly Rouse and seniors Kelsey Hood and Krystle Kallman also earned spots on the All-Tournament team. âÄîHeidi Hanse