Redshirt junior quarterback Noah Kim has been named Big Ten offensive player of the week in Michigan State Football’s 45-14 win over Richmond on Saturday.
Kim notched his career high in passing yards in a game for the second week in a row, throwing for 292 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Not only was Kim effective downfield, his efficiency helped earn him the honors, completing 18 passes on just 22 attempts, as well as 15 straight completions to finish the game.
MSU's starting quarterback has looked sharp in his first two career starts thus far, with 571 yards and 5 touchdowns and zero interceptions to begin the season.
The Big Ten offensive player of the week achievement for the starting quarterback is the first time a Spartan has earned the honor since Kenneth Walker III in November of 2021.