Rushing: Eight Big Ten rushers recorded 100 or more yards on the ground, led by Michigan State's Jeremy Langford with 150 yards and two touchdowns in a victory at Northwestern. Other Big Ten 100-yard rushers were Penn State's Zach Zwinak (149 yards), Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah (147 yards), the Ohio State duo of Braxton Miller (144 yards, 2 TDs) and Carlos Hyde (117 yards, 2 TDs), Wisconsin's James White (125 yards, 1 TD), Illinois' Josh Ferguson (115 yards) and Purdue's Akeem Hunt (102 yards, 1 TD).
Passing: Six Big Ten signal callers threw for more than 200 yards, led by the Spartans' Connor Cook with 293 yards and two scoring strikes against the Wildcats. Other Big Ten 200-yard passers were Illinois' Nathan Scheelhaase (257 yards, 2 TDs), Iowa's Jake Rudock (239 yards, 2 TDs), Northwestern's Trevor Siemian (227 yards), Indiana's Nate Sudfeld (224 yards, 2 TDs) and Penn State's Christian Hackenberg (217 yards, 2 TDs)
Receiving: Four Big Ten players caught eight or more passes or totaled 100 or more receiving yards, led by Illinois' Steve Hull with 10 receptions for 169 yards and two touchdowns at Purdue. Indiana's Kofi Hughes hauled in nine passes for 120 yards. Two Big Ten wideouts posted eight catches - Penn State's Allen Robinson for 106 yards and the Hoosiers' Shane Wynn for 59 yards and a touchdown.
Tackles: Eight conference standouts finished with 10 or more tackles, led by Ohio State's Ryan Shazier with 20 tackles against Indiana. Wisconsin's Chris Borland collected 12 tackles while Northwestern's Jimmy Hall posted 11 defensive stops. Five Big Ten defenders registered 10 tackles - Minnesota's Antonio Johnson, the Wildcat duo of Chi Chi Ariguzo and Ibraheim Campbell, Ohio State's Bradley Roby and Penn State's Glenn Carson.
Tackles for Loss: Twelve Big Ten defenders recorded 2.0 or more tackles for loss (TFLs), led by Ohio State's Ryan Shazier with 5.0 TFLs, including one sack. Fellow-Buckeye Michael Bennett (2 sacks), Iowa's Anthony Hitchens and Wisconsin's Brendan Kelly (2 sacks) each registered 3.0 TFLs, while Iowa's Carl Davis (0.5 sacks) and Michigan's Frank Clark posted 2.5 TFLs each.