Rushing: Nine Big Ten rushers recorded 100 or more yards on the ground, led by Penn State's Bill Belton with 201 yards with a touchdown during an overtime victory over Illinois. Other Big Ten players to surpass the 100-yard mark were Minnesota's David Cobb (188 yards, one TD), Northwestern's Treyvon Green (149 yards, three TDs), Wisconsin's James White (132 yards, two TDs), Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah (127 yards), Michigan State's Jeremy Langford (120 yards, one TD), the Indiana duo of Stephen Houston (111 yards, one TD) and Tevin Coleman (108 yards, one TD) and Ohio State's Carlos Hyde (111 yards).
Passing: Five Big Ten signal callers threw for more than 230 yards, led by Illinois' Nathan Scheelhaase with 321 yards and one touchdown in the overtime loss at Penn State. Other Big Ten quarterbacks with more than 230 yards were Minnesota's Philip Nelson (298 yards, four TDs), Michigan State's Connor Cook (252 yards, one TD), Penn State's Christian Hackenberg (240 yards, one TD) and Ohio State's Braxton Miller (233 yards, four TDs).
Receiving: Five Big Ten players caught 10 or more passes or totaled 90 or more receiving yards, including two players with double-digits in receptions in the Illinois at Penn State game. The Nittany Lions' Allen Robinson led all receivers with 11 catches for 165 yards while the Illini's Spencer Harris hauled in 10 passes for 81 yards. Three Big Ten players joined Robinson with 90 or more yards, including Ohio State's Jeff Heuerman (five catches for 116 yards with one TD), Nebraska's Jeff Westerkamp (four catches for 104 yards with one TD) and Minnesota's Derrick Engel (four catches for 97 yards with two TDs).
Tackles: Thirteen conference standouts finished with 10 or more tackles, led by Penn State's Mike Hull with 13 defensive stops against Illinois. Indiana's Mark Murphy, Iowa's James Morris and Michigan's Raymon Taylor each racked up 12 tackles, while the Hawkeyes duo of Christian Kirksey and John Lowdermilk, the Nittany Lions' Glenn Carson and Purdue's Frankie Williams each collected 11 stops.
Tackles for Loss: Ten Big Ten defenders recorded two or more tackles for loss (TFLs), led by Nebraska's Ciante Evans with 4.5 TFLs, including one sack, against Northwestern. Three conference players collected 3.0 TFLs in the Michigan State duo of Denicos Allen (two sacks) and Shilique Calhoun (2.5 sacks) and Ohio State's Ryan Shazier (two sacks). Michigan's Frank Clark and Michigan State's Ed Davis (2.5 sacks) both produced 2.5 TFLs.