Rushers: Eight Big Ten players finished with 100 or more yards on the ground on Saturday, led by the Wisconsin duo of Montee Ball and James White. Ball racked up 198 yards and three touchdowns while White added 161 yards and two scores at Indiana. Other 100-plus yard rushers were Minnesota's Donnell Kirkwood (152 yards, two touchdowns), Penn State's Zach Zwinak (141 yards, one touchdown), the Nebraska pair of Ameer Abdullah (116 yards) and Taylor Martinez (104 yards), Northwestern's Venric Mark (104 yards, one touchdown) and Purdue's Ralph Bolden (102 yards).
Passers: Four Big Ten signal callers threw for more than 200 yards on Saturday, topped by Michigan's Devin Gardner with 286 yards and two touchdowns against Northwestern. Three other quarterbacks surpassed 200 yards in Purdue's Robert Marve (266 yards, two touchdowns), Penn State's Matt McGloin (240 yards, one touchdown) and Indiana's Cameron Coffman (233 yards, two touchdowns).
Receivers: Two conference standouts recorded seven or more catches or 100 or more receiving yards on Saturday and both play for Michigan. The Wolverines' Jeremy Gallon hauled in seven passes for 94 yards while teammate Roy Roundtree compiled 139 yards on five catches in a victory over Northwestern.
Tackles: Fourteen Big Ten defenders registered 10 or more tackles last weekend, topped by Illinois' Mason Monheim with 15 tackles against Purdue. Six more players produced 11 or more stops including the Penn State duo of Glenn Carson and Gerald Hodges with 14 tackles each, Indiana's Mark Murphy with 13 defensive stops, the Iowa pair of Micah Hyde and James Morris with 11 tackles each and Michigan's Thomas Gordon with 11 stops. Seven more conference standouts collected 10 tackles each.
Tackles for Loss: Five conference players notched two or more tackles for loss (TFL) on Saturday, led by four TFLs for Purdue's Kawann Short (one sack). Penn State's Deion Barnes collected three TFLs (one sack) while three standouts produced two TFLs - Indiana's Greg Heban (one sack), Michigan's Kenny Demens and Purdue's Landon Feichter.