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Big Ten helmet stickers: Week 4

September, 22, 2013
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Recognizing the best and the brightest from Week 4 in the Big Ten:

Iowa PR/WR Kevonte Martin-Manley and CB B.J. Lowery: Here's one way to ring up a bunch of points: Get four combined special teams and defensive scores. Martin-Manley scored on back-to-back punt returns in the second quarter, from 83 yards and 63 yards out, and Lowery brought a pair of interceptions to the house, from 35 and 13 yards away, in the Hawkeyes' 59-3 blasting of Western Michigan.

Ohio State QB Kenny Guiton: OK, it was only Florida A&M, which was wildly overmatched in the Horseshoe. Still, we have to acknowledge Guiton's unbelievable run as Braxton Miller's replacement. He set a Buckeyes' record with six touchdown passes while completing 24-of-34 passes for 215 yards in the 76-0 whitewashing. And now it's probably back to being the backup when Miller returns.

Minnesota QB Mitch Leidner: Subbing for the injured Philip Nelson (hamstring), Leidner set a Gophers quarterback record with four touchdown runs in a 43-24 win over San Jose State. He piled up 151 yards on 24 rushing attempts and was virtually impossible to bring down on first contact. Leidner only completed five passes for 71 yards, but Minnesota hardly needed to throw, as its ground game dominated.

Wisconsin RBs Melvin Gordon and James White: The Badgers' dynamic backfield duo was at it again versus Purdue. Gordon ran 16 times for 147 yards and three touchdowns, while White added 145 yards on 16 carries, as both averaged better than nine yards per attempt. White also had three catches for 49 yards in the 41-10 conference victory.

Michigan LB Desmond Morgan: He gets a sticker for just one play, but it was a big one. Morgan picked off UConn's Chandler Whitmer early in the fourth quarter and returned it 29 yards to set up the tying touchdown in Michigan's 24-21 escape in East Hartford. That might go down as a season-saving play for the Wolverines.

Week 4 helmet stickers

September, 22, 2013
9/22/13
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These three stood out in Notre Dame's 17-13 win Saturday over Michigan State.

Corey Robinson, WR: The freshman was the best receiver on the field Saturday, tallying a game-high 54 yards on three catches and drawing a pass interference call in the fourth quarter. The 6-foot-4.5 Robinson should eventually turn into a nightmare for corners to cover.

Kyle Brindza, K/P: It's not every day you see a kicker and/or punter receive a game ball. Even less so when said kicker and punter 1. misses a field goal, and 2. has a punt blocked. All of that happened for Brindza, who was sick all week but hit a 41-yard field goal and averaged 42.8 yards on four punts.

Matthias Farley, S: Farley did not start on Saturday but came up with the game's lone turnover, picking off an ill-advised halfback pass from MSU's R.J. Shelton in the third quarter. Notre Dame converted that pick into a decisive touchdown in a four-point win.

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