Michigan State's Dan Conroy was named one of three "Stars of the Week" by the Lou Groza Collegiate Place Kicker Award, given annually to the nation's top kicker. The Spartan sophomore picks up his second "Star of the Week" selection this season. He connected on a career-high four field goals in MSU's 26-6 defeat of Illinois in East Lansing on Saturday. The Spartans are perfect on the year at 7-0 and Conroy is a perfect 13-of-13 in field goals, third in the nation in field goals made and the best start by a place kicker in school history. The Illinois native connected from 18, 32, 34 and 37 yards. Conroy chose to walk on at Michigan State rather than accept a scholarship from Western Michigan. He has since earned his scholarship from the Spartans.