Iowa's Mike Meyer was named a "Star of the Week" by the Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award. The Hawkeyes junior hit a 42-yard field goal in the second overtime to give his team a 19-16 victory over Michigan State in East Lansing on Saturday. He converted a 27-yard try in the first overtime and scored from 28 and 23 yards during regulation, the second time this season he has kicked four field goals in a game. Meyer has made 14 of his 15 attempts this year, including his last 13. His lone PAT extended his school record to 68 in a row. The Dubuque, Iowa native is second in the nation in field goals made per game. His 54 points lead all Hawkeye scoring.