Rushers: Eight Big Ten rushers recorded 100 or more yards on the ground on Friday or Saturday, led by a 266-yard effort from Michigan State's Le'Veon Bell, with one touchdown at Minnesota. Other Big Ten players to surpass the century mark were Penn State's Zach Zwinak (179 yards, one TD), Indiana's Stephen Houston (158 yards, three TDs), Ohio State's Carlos Hyde (146 yards, one TD), Northwestern's Venric Mark (127 yards, one TD), Purdue's Akeem Shavers (126 yards, one TD), Michigan's Denard Robinson (122 yards, one TD) and Wisconsin's Montee Ball (111 yards, one TD).
Passing: Three Big Ten signal-callers threw for more than 200 yards on Saturday, led by identical 348-yard performances by Indiana's Cam Coffman and Purdue's Robert Marve in the battle for the Old Oaken Bucket. Marve connected on four scoring strikes in the victory, while Coffman registered one touchdown toss. Penn State's Matt McGloin compiled 200 passing yards and a touchdown in a win over Wisconsin.
Receiving: Five Big Ten players caught seven or more passes or totaled 99 or more receiving yards on Saturday. Indiana's Stephen Houston hauled in 12 catches for 95 yards against Purdue while Michigan State's Bennie Fowler surpassed the century mark with 101 yards on seven receptions with a touchdown at Minnesota. Ohio State's Corey Brown posted eight catches for 95 yards and a touchdown while Purdue's Akeem Shavers registered 99 yards on just two receptions, both for touchdowns.
Tackles: Sixteen conference standouts finished with 10 or more tackles on Friday or Saturday, led by 13 defensive stops each by Iowa's James Morris versus Nebraska and Penn State's Glenn Carson against Wisconsin. Four players tallied 12 tackles each - Illinois' Mike Svetina, Minnesota's Derrick Wells, Penn State's Jordan Hill and Wisconsin's Ethan Armstrong.
Tackles for Loss: Fifteen Big Ten defenders recorded multiple tackles for loss (TFLs) on Friday or Saturday, led by three standouts with three TFLs - Nebraska's Eric Martin (one sack), Penn State's Jordan Hill (two sacks) and Purdue's Will Lucas. Two Big Ten players tallied 2.5 TFLs in Minnesota's Keanon Cooper and Ohio State's Ryan Shazier (one sack).