Rushers: Nine Big Ten rushers recorded 100 or more yards on the ground, including three Wisconsin players for the second straight week and two runners each from Minnesota and Penn State. Iowa's Mark Weisman led all Big Ten rushers with 180 yards and two touchdowns against Missouri State. Other Big Ten players to surpass the century mark were the Badgers trio of Corey Clement (149 yards, two TDs), Melvin Gordon (140 yards, one TD) and James White (109 yards, one TD), the Gophers duo of Roddrick Williams (148 yards, one TD) and Philip Nelson (122 yards, one TD), the Nittany Lions pair of Bill Belton (108 yards, two TDs) and Akeel Lynch (108 yards, one TD) and Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah (114 yards, two TDs).
Passing: Five Big Ten signal-callers threw for more than 250yards, led by a 363-yard performance with four touchdown strikes by Indiana's Nate Sudfeld against Navy. Other 250-yard passers were Illinois' Nathan Scheelhaase (312 yards, four TDs), Penn State's Christian Hackenberg (311 yards, one TD), Michigan's Devin Gardner (294 yards, four TDs) and Northwestern's Trevor Siemian (259 yards, three TDs).
Receiving: Six Big Ten players caught seven or more passes or totaled 100 or more receiving yards. Northwestern's Tony Jones led all players with nine catches for 185 yards and one touchdown against Syracuse. Other 100-yard receivers were Michigan's Jeremy Gallon (8 catches for 184 yards, three TDs), Penn State's Allen Robinson (seven catches for 129 yards, one TD) and Indiana's Kofi Hughes (six catches for 102 yards, one TD). In addition, Wisconsin's Jared Abbrederis hauled in eight passes for 62 yards and a touchdown and Ohio State's Devin Smith caught seven balls for 46 yards.
Tackles: Six conference standouts finished with 10 or more tackles, led by Illinois' Jonathan Brown with 14 tackles. Other double-digit tacklers were Indiana's Tim Bennett (12 tackles), Michigan's Raymon Taylor (11), Illinois' Mason Monheim (10), Minnesota's Aaron Hill (10) and Penn State's Glenn Carson (10).
Tackles for Loss: Nine Big Ten defenders recorded two tackles for loss (TFLs), including two sacks each for the Purdue duo of Bruce Gaston and Jalani Phillips. Other players with two TFLs were Illinois' Mason Monheim, Iowa's Anthony Hitchens, Michigan State's Shilique Calhoun, the Minnesota pair of Rashede Hageman and Theiren Cockran, Nebraska's Josh Mitchell and Penn State's DaQuan Jones.