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WEEKLY RELEASE - SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 Contact: Scott Chipman, Assistant Commissioner, Communications ã Office: 847-696-1010 ext. 141 ã E-mail: schipman@bigten.org ã Cell: 630-936-6005 ã Twitter: @B1Gfootball BIG TEN FOOTBALL 2013 CONFERENCE & OVERALL STANDINGS LEGENDS DIVISION Michigan Minnesota Northwestern Iowa Michigan State Nebraska W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Conference Games PCT H A Div. .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 .000
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  HONORING LEGENDS. BUILDING LEADERS. Big Ten programs boast 225 College Football Hall of Fame selecons, including 2013 inducteesPercy Snow of Michigan State, Tommie Frazier of Nebraska, Orlando Pace of Ohio State and Ron Dayne of Wisconsin. BIG TEN FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE - SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 Contact: Scott Chipman, Assistant Commissioner, Communications ã Ofce: 847-696-1010 ext. 141 ã E-mail: schipman@bigten.org ã Cell: 630-936-6005 ã Twitter: @B1Gfootball ã Seven Big Ten programs are ranked or receivingvotes in the latest naonal polls.ã Four Big Ten teams carry 4-0 records to start theseason, among a group of just eight teams naonally.ã Northwestern and Ohio State carry two of thenaon’s longest acve winning streaks.ã Big Ten teammates have each rushed for 100 ormore yards in the same game nine mes in 2013.ã Rivalry trophy contests connue as the Floyd of Rosedale is at stake between Iowa and Minnesota. TOP STORIES SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 #24/- WISCONSIN def. PURDUE, 41-10Missouri def. INDIANA, 45-28IOWA def. Western Michigan, 59-3#15/14 MICHIGAN def. Conneccut, 24-21#22/21 Notre Dame def. #-/24 MICHIGAN STATE, 17-13MINNESOTA def. San Jose State, 43-24NEBRASKA def. South Dakota State, 59-20#18/16 NORTHWESTERN def. Maine, 35-21#4/3 OHIO STATE def. Florida A&M, 76-0PENN STATE def. Kent State, 34-0Bye: ILLINOIS Rankings: AP/USA Today  WEEK 4 RESULTS 2013 CONFERENCE & OVERALL STANDINGS LEGENDS DIVISIONLEADERS DIVISION   Conference Games All GamesW-L PCT H A Div. Strk W-L PCT H A N Top 25^ Strk Michigan 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 L1 4-0 1.000 3-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 W4 Minnesota 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0L24-0 1.000 3-0 1-0 0-0 0-0W4 Northwestern 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 W2 4-0 1.000 3-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 W7Iowa 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 L6 3-1 .750 2-1 1-0 0-0 0-0 W3 Michigan State 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0W13-1 .750 3-0 0-1 0-0 0-1L1 Nebraska 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 W6 3-1 .750 3-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 W1   Conference Games All GamesW-L PCT H A Div. Strk W-L PCT H A N Top 25^ Strk 1. Wisconsin 1-0 1.000 1-0 0-0 1-0 W1 3-1 .750 3-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 W12. Ohio State 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 W8 4-0 1.000 3-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 W16 Penn State* 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 W2 3-1 .750 2-1 0-0 1-0 0-0 W1Illinois 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 L8 2-1 .667 2-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 L1Indiana 0-0 .000 0-0 0-0 0-0 L3 2-2 .500 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 L16. Purdue 0-1 .000 0-0 0-1 0-1 L1 1-3 .250 1-1 0-2 0-0 0-2 L2 ^ AP or USA Today * Ineligible for postseason play  B1G Moments inRose Bowl History  Dungy was Minnesota’s recipient of the 1977 Big Ten Medal of Honor,following a standout career as the Gophers’ starng quarterback. Heended his career as the school’s leader in pass aempts, comple - ons, touchdown passes and passing yards. He was twice named theteam’s Most Valuable Player before moving on to a successful careeras a player and coach in the Naonal Football League. Dungy’s life hasbeen marked by many community service iniaves. He also supportsnumerous non-prot organizaons such as Big Brothers/Big Sisters, theBoys and Girls Club, Prison Crusade Ministry and Family First, leading tohis name gracing the conference’s annual Humanitarian Award. BIG TEN MEDAL OF HONOR 100TH ANNIVERSARY SPOTLIGHTMinnesota’s Tony Dungy  Jan. 1, 1997Ohio State 20 Arizona St. 17 Trailing by three with 1:40 to playat its own 35, Ohio State turned toquarterback Joe Germaine to leadthem down the eld. Three comple - ons to Dimitrious Stanley, and twoASU pass interference calls, led theBuckeyes to the Sun Devil ve-yardline with 24 seconds le. Germaineconnected with a wide open DavidBoston for the game-winning touch - down with 19 seconds remaining. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 IOWA at MINNESOTA 3:30 p.m., ABC (regional)ESPN2 (outer-market)#23/24 WISCONSIN at #4/3 OHIO STATE 8 p.m., ABCMiami (Ohio) at ILLINOIS Noon, BTNNorthern Illinois at PURDUE Noon, ESPN2Bye: INDIANA, #18/17 MICHIGAN, MICHIGAN STATE,NEBRASKA, #17/16 NORTHWESTERN, PENN STATE Rankings: AP/USA Today All mes are ET  WEEK 5 SCHEDULEBIG TEN. BIG NEWS. Where We Rank: Seven Big Ten teams arereceiving at least one vote in the latestAssociated Press (AP) or USA Today coachespolls. Four Big Ten schools are ranked among thetop 25 in both polls, led by Ohio State at No. 4 inthe AP vote and No. 3 in the coaches tally.Northwestern is rated No. 17 by the media andNo. 16 by the coaches, while Michigan alsoappears among the top 20 at No. 18 in the APand No. 17 in USA Today. Wisconsin rounds outthe conference’s top-25 teams at No. 23 in themedia vote and No. 24 in the coaches poll.Nebraska and Michigan State are receiving votesin both polls, while Minnesota received a vote inthe USA Today coaches poll for the first timesince Sept. 23, 2012. In the Division: Big Ten divisional matchups con - tinue this weekend, including the first LegendsDivision contest of the season. Minnesota hostsIowa in the opening Legends Division matchup of 2013. In the Leaders Division, the last two divisionwinners will meet when 2012 division championOhio State hosts 2011 division winner Wisconsin. Itwill be the second division matchup of the seasonfor the Badgers, while the Hawkeyes, Gophers andBuckeyes will each take part in their first confer - ence and division contest of the season. As part of divisional play, the Big Ten instituted a tiebreaker todetermine the Big Ten Football ChampionshipGame participants, if necessary. After head-to-headmatchups, the next tiebreaker is records within thedivision, which makes winning divisional games animportant part of the Big Ten title chase. See Page9 of this release for the full tiebreaker. Still Undefeated: Only eight teams in the FootballBowl Subdivision have started the season with 4-0marks, four of which compete in the Big Ten.Michigan, Minnesota, Northwestern and Ohio Statehave each opened the season with four consecu - tive wins, marking the third time in four years theconference has had four or more teams open theyear with perfect 4-0 marks. Minnesota and OhioState can each open the season with five straightwins this weekend, while Michigan andNorthwestern are two of six Big Ten programs whohave a bye on Saturday.  BIG TEN FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE - WEEK 5 2HONORING LEGENDS. BUILDING LEADERS. All Big Ten universies have been granted Tier One Status by the Carnegie Foundaon for the Advancement of Teaching,a disncon awarded to just over 100 universies. History of the 4-0 Teams: Michigan defeatedConnecticut last Saturday to improve to 4-0 forthe fourth time in five seasons, having won fourstraight in 2009, five consecutive to open 2010and six consecutive to begin the 2011 campaign.With its home win over San Jose State lastSaturday, Minnesota improved its record to 4-0 forthe second consecutive season. With a win thisweekend over Iowa, Minnesota can run its streakto five wins to start the year for the first time since2004. Northwestern improved to 4-0 for thefourth time in six seasons following its home winover Maine last Saturday. In each of those previ - ous seasons, the Wildcats began the year with 5-0marks. Ohio State’s victory over Florida A&M lastSaturday completed the Buckeyes’ spotless non-conference slate and marked the second straightseason with a 4-0 record through four weeks. Serious Streaks: After completing their non-conference slates with unblemished marks, twoconference programs boast some of the nation’slongest winning streaks heading into Big Tenplay. With 16 straight victories, Ohio State holdsthe nation’s longest active winning streak. TheBuckeyes’ current streak ranks as the program’sfifth-longest and is behind the record of 22straight victories from 1967-69. Boasting sevenconsecutive triumphs, Northwestern holds thenation’s third-longest active winning streak, tiedwith Alabama and Baylor. The Wildcats last wonseven straight games during their Big TenChampionship season of 1996. Return to the Record Book: Iowa’s KevonteMartin-Manley secured a place within the BigTen records book last weekend after returningtwo punts to the end zone. Only two other con - ference players, Wisconsin’s Earl Girard in 1947and Ohio State’s Garcia Lane in 1983, havereturned two punts for a touchdown in thesame game. On Saturday against WesternMichigan, Martin-Manley took a punt from hisown 17-yard line and returned it 83 yards for ascore. On his next attempt, he scored on a63-yard return to give Iowa a 24-0 lead. Rush, Rush, Rush: With six conference teamsamong the nation’s top 25 in rushing offense, itshould come as no surprise that Big Ten rushershave combined for 35 100-yard efforts this sea - son. There have been nine instances this seasonwhere two or more teammates have rushed for100 or more yards in the same game, includingtwo games in which three Wisconsin backs havesurpassed the century mark. Minnesota has hadtwo players rush for more than 100 yards in thesame game twice this season, while Indiana,Nebraska, Northwestern and Penn State haveachieved the feat once. A breakdown can befound below: Trophy Time: On Saturday, Iowa visitsMinnesota in the annual battle for the Floyd of Rosedale. It will be the 79th time since 1935 theGophers and Hawkeyes will square off for thetrophy, with Minnesota holding a 41-35-2advantage with the trophy at stake. Iowa wonlast year’s matchup after Minnesota won back-to-back contests in 2010 and 2011. Good Works: Nebraska’s C.J. Zimmerer andNorthwestern’s Jeff Budzien were two of 11Football Bowl Subdivision student-athletesnamed to the 2013 Allstate AFCA Good WorksTeam. Recognizing the “good works” of a selectgroup of college football players from across thecountry, the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team isone of the most prestigious off-the-field honorsin college sports. The award pays tribute to thepositive impact these young athletes have hadon their communities and the lives of others.With Zimmerer’s selection, Nebraska is now tiedfor the lead among all schools with 14 honoreesnamed to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. For a Good Cause: The AFCA will hold its sixthannual Coach to Cure MD effort with the gamesof September 28. More than 110 FBS schools,including Big Ten programs, will be wearing aCoach to Cure MD patch to raise awareness andfunding for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophyresearch. Fans are encouraged to donate onlineat www.CoachtoCureMD.org or donate $5 bytexting CURE to 90999. Coach, School Career (Yrs) At School (Yrs) Big Ten OnlyLEGENDS DIVISION Kirk Ferentz, IOWA 115-96 (18th) 103-75 (15th) 59-53Brady Hoke, MICH 70-57 (11th) 23-7 (3rd) 12-4Mark Dantonio, MSU 72-46 (10th) 54-29 (7th) 30-18Jerry Kill, MINN 140-89 (20th) 13-16 (3rd) 4-12Bo Pelini, NEB 52-21 (6th) 52-21 (6th) 12-4Pat Fitzgerald, NU 54-39 (8th) 54-39 (8th) 26-30 LEADERS DIVISION Tim Beckman, ILL 25-27 (5th) 4-11 (2nd) 0-8Kevin Wilson, IND 7-21 (3rd) 7-21 (3rd) 2-14Urban Meyer, OSU 120-23 (12th) 16-0 (2nd) 8-0Bill O’Brien, PSU 11-5 (2nd) 11-5 (2nd) 6-2Darrell Hazell, PUR 17-13 (3rd) 1-3 (1st) 0-1Gary Andersen, WIS 33-32 (6th) 3-1 (1st) 1-0 BIG TEN COACHING RECORDSBIG TEN. BIG NEWS. BIG TENPLAYERS OF THE WEEK Oensive Co-Players of the WeekKenny Guiton, Ohio StateSr., QB, Houston, Texas/Eisenhower ã Threw six touchdowns, an Ohio State record and thesecond-most in Big Ten single-game history, in OhioState’s victory over Florida A&Mã Completed 24 of 34 passes for 215 yards while playingthe rst half only in his second career startã Connected with ve dierent receivers on his sixtouchdown throws, including his second to Evan Spencerwith 13 seconds le in the rst half to set the programrecordã Records his second career weekly honor and second in asmany weeksã Last Ohio State Oensive Player of the Week:Kenny Guiton (Sept. 16, 2013) Melvin Gordon, WisconsinSo., RB, Kenosha, Wis./Bradford ã Finished with 147 yards and a career-best threetouchdowns on just 16 carries, an average of 9.2 yardsper carry, in Wisconsin’s victory over Purdueã Scored on a ve-yard run in the rst quarter, a 27-yardsprint in the third and a 15-yarder in the thirdã Rushed for 140 yards or more in his fourth straightcontest and leads the naon with 624 yards and 156.0yards per gameã Records his rst career weekly honorã Last Wisconsin Oensive Player of the Week:Montee Ball (Nov. 12, 2012) Defensive Player of the WeekB.J. Lowery, IowaSr., DB, Cincinna, Ohio/Hughes ã Set a school record by returning two intercepons fortouchdowns and added four tackles in Iowa’s win overWestern Michiganã With under a minute le in the second quarter, returned apass 35 yards to the end zone, before returning his secondpick 13 yards for a score with 12:22 to go in the thirdã Became the second Big Ten player to return twointercepons for touchdowns in a game this season,following Northwestern’s Collin Ellis in Week 1ã Claims his rst career Defensive Player of the Week honorã Last Iowa Defensive Player of the Week:Tom Nardo (Sept. 26, 2011) Special Teams Player of the WeekKevonte Marn-Manley, IowaJr., WR, Ponac, Mich./Brother Rice ã Became just the third player in Big Ten history to recordtwo punt return touchdowns in a game in Iowa’s victoryover Western Michiganã On consecuve aempts in the second quarter, returned apunt 83 yards for a score then a second 63 yards for a scoreã His 184 punt return yards are second most in a singlegame in Big Ten history, behind former Hawkeye NileKinnick’s 201 yards in 1939ã Wins his rst career Special Teams Player of the Week honor ã Last Iowa Special Teams Player of the Week:Mike Meyer (Oct. 15, 2012) Freshman of the WeekMitch Leidner, MinnesotaQB, Lakeville, Minn./Lakeville South ã In his rst career start, combined for 222 yards of totaloense and four rushing scores in Minnesota’s win over San Jose State ã Rushed for 151 yards on 24 carries and ed theMinnesota record for most rushing touchdowns by aquarterback in a single gameã Wins his rst career Freshman of the Week accoladeã Last Minnesota Freshman of the Week:Philip Nelson (Oct. 29, 2012) GAME PLAYER (YARDS) WIS vs. TTU Clement (149), Gordon (140), White (109)WIS vs. UMass Gordon (144), White (143), Clement (101)WIS vs. PUR Gordon (147), White (145)MINN vs. SJSU Leidner (151), Cobb (125)MINN vs. NMSU Williams (148), Nelson (122)IND vs. BGSU Houston (155), Coleman (129)NEB vs. WYO Abdullah (114), Cross (105)NU vs. WMU Green (158), Colter (106)PSU vs. EMU Belton (108), Lynch (108)  BIG TEN FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE - WEEK 5 3HONORING LEGENDS. BUILDING LEADERS. Big Ten universies provide over $141 million in direct nancial aid to more than 8,200 student-athletesplaying on more than 300 teams in 42 dierent sports. (Number in parenthesis indicates total times a Big Ten team will face an oppo- nent from this conference.)   American (5) Central Florida 0-1Cincinnati (2) 1-1Connecticut 1-0South Florida 1-0 ACC (2) Syracuse (2) 2-0 Big 12 (1) Iowa State 1-0 Colonial (1) Maine 1-0 Conference USA (1) Southern Miss 1-0 Independent (6) BYU 0-0Navy 0-1New Mexico State 1-0Notre Dame (3) 1-2 MAC (13) Akron 1-0Bowling Green 1-0Buffalo 1-0Central Michigan 1-0Eastern Michigan 1-0Kent State 1-0Massachusetts 1-0Miami (Ohio) 0-0Northern Illinois (2) 0-1Western Michigan (3) 3-0 MEAC (1) Florida A&M 1-0 Missouri Valley (7) Indiana State (2) 2-0Missouri State 1-0South Dakota State 1-0Southern Illinois 1-0Western Illinois 1-0Youngstown State 1-0 Mountain West (4) San Diego State 1-0San Jose State 1-0UNLV 1-0Wyoming 1-0 Ohio Valley (1) Tennessee Tech 1-0 Pac-12 (5) Arizona State 0-1California (2) 2-0UCLA 0-1Washington 0-1 SEC (1) Missouri 0-1 Combined non-conference record 35-10 NON-CONFERENCESCHEDULE LEGENDS DIVISIONSchool Does Not Play: Iowa Illinois, Indiana, Penn StateMichigan Illinois, Purdue, WisconsinMichigan State Ohio State, Penn State, WisconsinMinnesota Illinois, Ohio State, PurdueNebraska Indiana, Ohio State, WisconsinNorthwestern Indiana, Penn State, Purdue LEADERS DIVISIONSchool Does Not Play: Illinois Iowa, Michigan, MinnesotaIndiana Iowa, Nebraska, NorthwesternOhio State Michigan State, Minnesota, NebraskaPenn State Iowa, Michigan State, NorthwesternPurdue Michigan, Minnesota, NorthwesternWisconsin Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska 2013 NO PLAYSWEEKLY COACHES TELECONFERENCE The Big Ten Conference football coaches weekly media teleconferences are held on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. - 1p.m. CT and connue through November 26. The calls are available for playback roughly two hours following theconclusion of each call through Thursday of each week. Calls will also be archived online at bigten.org. Contact theBig Ten Communicaons oce for the phone number and weekly passcode.The coaches order on each call is as follows. All mes are CT.11:00 a.m. - Brady Hoke, Michigan11:10 a.m. - Gary Andersen, Wisconsin11:20 a.m. - Bo Pelini, Nebraska11:30 a.m. - Mark Dantonio, Michigan State11:40 a.m. - Kirk Ferentz, Iowa11:50 a.m. - Jerry Kill, Minnesota12:00 p.m. - Tim Beckman, Illinois12:10 p.m. - Darrell Hazell, Purdue12:20 p.m. - Bill O’Brien, Penn State12:30 p.m. - Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern12:40 p.m. - Urban Meyer, Ohio State12:50 p.m. - Kevin Wilson, Indiana BIG TEN NCAA STAT LEADERS Rk. Sc   oring Oense Avg. 4. Ohio State 52.513. Indiana 44.516. Nebraska 43.321. Minnesota 41.823. Northwestern 41.324. Wisconsin 41.0 Rk. Total Oense Avg. 12. Wisconsin 547.814. Indiana 547.315. Ohio State 529.022. Nebraska 496.3 Rk. Rushing Oense Avg. 3. Wisconsin 349.86. Ohio State 311.013. Minnesota 282.314. Nebraska 280.822. Northwestern 249.524. Iowa 244.0 Rk. Passing Oense Avg. 11. Indiana 348.521. Illinois 306.0 Rk. Scoring Defense Avg. 10. Wisconsin 10.515. Michigan State 13.318. Penn State 14.521. Ohio State 15.326. Iowa 17.0 Rk. Total Defense Avg. 1. Michigan State 188.86. Wisconsin 243.313. Ohio State 280.315. Penn State 285.019. Iowa 290.827. Michigan 311.0 Rk. Passing Eciency Defense Avg. 1. Michigan State 72.638. Wisconsin 86.1122. Michigan 104.1723. Iowa 104.7624. Penn State 105.06 Rk. Rushing Defense Avg. 2. Michigan State 58.36. Wisconsin 76.38. Michigan 79.09. Ohio State 79.812. Iowa 91.519. Penn State 101.821. Minnesota 102.8 Rk. Intercepons Total 1. Northwestern 102. Nebraska 910. Iowa 6Michigan 623. Ohio State 5 TEAM RANKINGSINDIVIDUAL RANKINGS Rk. All-Purpose Yards Per Game Avg. 20. Melvin Gordon, WIS 156.026. Ameer Abdullah, NEB 145.027. Akeem Hunt, PUR 144.5 Rk. Rushing Yds Per Game Avg. 1. Melvin Gordon, WIS 156.017. Mark Weisman, IOWA 117.019. Ameer Abdullah, NEB 116.323. James White, WIS 110.529. Jordan Hall, OSU 105.5 Rk. Pass Eciency Rang 13. Kenny Guiton, OSU 168.119. Nate Sudfeld, IND 164.223. Trevor Siemian, NU 160.825. Nathan Scheelhaase, ILL 159.526. Taylor Marnez, NEB 156.3 Rk. Passing Yds Per Game Avg. 15. Nathan Scheelhaase, ILL 294.720. Nate Sudfeld, IND 286.5 Rk. Passing TDs Total 4. Kenny Guiton, OSU 138. Nate Sudfeld, IND 1111. Taylor Marnez, NEB 927. Nathan Scheelhaase, ILL 7Devin Gardner, MICH 7 Rk. Receiving Yds Per Game Avg. 4. Allen Robinson, PSU 135.0 Rk. Field Goals Per Game Avg. 15. Sam Ficken, PSU 1.823. Je Budzien, NU 1.529. Taylor Zalewski, ILL 1.3 Rk. Scoring Avg. 3. Jordan Hall, OSU 12.54. Zach Zwinak, PSU 12.020. Melvin Gordon, WIS 10.5 Rk. Punng Avg. 10. Cody Webster, PUR 45.7 Rk. Total Tackles Avg. 3. Jonathan Brown, ILL 12.724. Mason Monheim, ILL 10.0 Rk. Intercepons Per Game Avg. 1. Stanley Jean-Bapste, NEB 1.05. B.J. Lowery, IOWA 0.8Blake Countess, MICH 0.8Ciante Evans, NEB 0.8Ibraheim Campbell, NU 0.8 Rk. Kicko Returns Avg. 3. V’Angelo Bentley, ILL 37.59. Akeem Hunt, PUR 32.314. Kenny Bell, NEB 30.626. Marcus Jones, MINN 26.7 Rk. Punt Returns Avg. 1. K. Marn-Manley, IOWA 31.19. Corey Brown, OSU 17.418. Marcus Jones, MINN 13.121. Jesse Della Valle, PSU 12.727. Miles Osei, ILL 11.0  BIG TEN FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE - WEEK 5 4HONORING LEGENDS. BUILDING LEADERS. According to the 2013 U.S. News and World Report Rankings, the Big Ten has 28 top-25 graduate school programsin the following areas of study: law, medical (research and primary care), business, engineering and educaon. Total Oense 12,692 Brees, PUR 1997-0011,790 Weber, MINN 2007-1011,576 Basanez, NU 2002-0511,511 Painter, PUR 2005-0811,364 Randle El, IND 1998-0110,745 Robinson, MICH 2009-1210,594 Williams, ILL 2006-0910,254 Long, IOWA 1981-85 10,068 Marnez, NEB# 2010- 9,653 Orton, PUR 2001-04 Total Oensive Plays 1,992 Weber, MINN 2007-101,975 Basanez, NU 2002-051,931 Brees, PUR 1997-001,917 Randle El, IND 1998-011,873 Painter, PUR 2005-081,773 Williams, ILL 2006-091,614 Williams, NU 1990-931,607 Orton, PUR 2001-041,567 Henne, MICH 2004-071,514 Navarre, MICH 2000-03 1,505 Marnez, NEB# 2010-1,429 Scheelhaase, ILL 2010-Rushing Yards 7,125 Dayne, WIS 1996-995,589 Grin, OSU 1972-755,299 A. Thompson, IND 1986-895,140 Ball, WIS 2009-125,040 Hart, MICH 2004-074,887 White, MSU 1984-874,676 Davis, WIS 2001-044,654 D. Thompson, MINN 1986-894,485 Anderson, NU 1998-014,472 Thomas, MICH 1997-00 3,016 White, WIS 2010-2,948 Marnez, NEB# 2010-Rushing Yards by a QB 4,495 Robinson, MICH 2009-123,895 Randle El, IND 1998-01 2,948 Marnez, NEB# 2010- 2,557 Williams, ILL 2006-092,176 Leach, MICH 1975-782,150 Foggie, MINN 1984-872,080 Greene, OSU 1972-75 2,068 Miller, OSU 2011-1,928 Colter, NU 2010-1,823 Scheelhaase, ILL 2010-Rushing Touchdowns 77 Ball, WIS 2009-1271 Dayne, WIS 1996-9968 Thompson, IND 1986-8956 Johnson, OSU 1973-7655 Thomas, MICH 1997-0048 Sheets, PUR 2005-0847 Wheatley, MICH 1991-9446 Byars, OSU 1982-8544 Marek, WIS 1972-75George, OSU 1992-95 35 White, WIS 2010-31 Marnez, NEB# 2010-Total Touchdowns 83 Ball, WIS 2009-1271 Dayne, WIS 1996-9968 Thompson, IND 1986-8958 Johnson, OSU 1973-7656 Thomas, MICH 1997-0054 Wheatley, MICH 1991-94Sheets, PUR 2005-0850 Byars, OSU 1982-8545 George, OSU 1992-9544 Marek, WIS 1972-75Hill, WIS 2006-08 36 White, WIS 20010-31 Marnez, NEB# 2010-Passing Yards 11,792 Brees, PUR 1997-0011,163 Painter, PUR 2005-0810,917 Weber, MINN 2007-1010,580 Basanez, NU 2002-0510,461 Long, IOWA 1981-859,946 Herrmann, PUR 1977-809,715 Henne, MICH 2004-079,337 Orton, PUR 2001-049,131 Cousins, MSU 2008-11 7,119 Marnez, NEB# 2010-Touchdown Passes 90 Brees, PUR 1997-0087 Henne, MICH 2004-0774 Long, IOWA 1981-8572 Navarre, MICH 200-03Weber, MINN 2007-1071 Harrmann, PUR 1977-80Grbac, MICH 1989-9270 Kiner, ILL 1998-0167 Painter, PUR 2005-0866 Cousins, MSU 2008-11 55 Marnez, NEB# 2010-Recepon Yards 3,788 Standeford, PUR 2000-033,629 Stubbleeld, PUR 2001-043,548 Bryant, PUR 2004-073,541 Edwards, MICH 2001-043,468 Evans, WIS 1999-033,392 Williams, ILL 1983-853,310 Bates, NU 1995-983,119 Decker, MINN 2006-092,076 Carter, MICH 1979-823,029 Alford, PUR 1994-97 2,424 Abbrederis, WIS 2010-Forced Fumbles 14 Kerrigan, PUR 2007-1013 Rice, ILL 1992-95Sanders, IOWA 2000-03 Borland, WIS 2009-Intercepon Touchdowns 5 Fletcher, WIS 1998-004 Wilbur, IND 1978-823 Radclie, WIS 1949-50Gow, ILL 1972-74Woodson, PUR 1983-86Knight, IOWA 1993-96Weems, WIS 1993-96Rose, PUR 1996-99 Allen, PUR 2010-Kicko Returns 144 Stoudermire, MINN 2008-12135 Gilreath, WIS 2007-10106 Mason, MSU 1993-96Williams, WIS 2002-0593 Anderson, MINN 1983-86Graham, IND 1998-0088 Bryant, PUR 2004-0784 Simmons, NU 2007-10Owens, WIS 1986-89 82 Mark, NU 2010-Kicko Return Yards 3,615 Stoudermire, MINN 2008-123,025 Gilreath, WIS 2007-102,575 Mason, MSU 1993-962,349 Williams, WIS 2002-052,125 Bryant, PUR 2004-072,088 Graham, IND 1998-002,009 Thigpen, IND 2005-081,996 Anderson, MINN 1983-861,995 Simmons, NU 2007-101,993 Breaston, MICH 2003-06 1,881 Mark, NU 2010- # includes stascs prior to joining Big Ten BIG TEN CAREER RECORDS Team (1st Place Votes) Record PTS Prev. 1 Alabama (56) 3-0 1,496 12 Oregon (4) 3-0 1,418 23 Clemson 3-0 1,340 3 4 OHIO STATE 4-0 1,320 4 5 Stanford 3-0 1,270 56 LSU 4-0 1,167 67 Louisville 4-0 1,088 78 Florida State 3-0 1,049 89 Georgia 2-1 1,029 910 Texas A&M 3-1 1,011 1011 Oklahoma State 3-0 849 1112 South Carolina 2-1 828 1213 UCLA 3-0 798 1314 Oklahoma 3-0 689 1415 Miami (Fla.) 3-0 687 1616 Washington 3-0 559 17 17 NORTHWESTERN 4-0 477 1818 MICHIGAN 4-0 450 15 19 Baylor 3-0 441 2020 Florida 2-1 414 1921 Ole Miss 3-0 342 2122 Notre Dame 3-1 256 22 23 WISCONSIN 3-1 130 24 24 Texas Tech 4-0 127 2525 Fresno State 3-0 110 NR Others Receiving Votes: Arizona State 41, Georgia Tech 30,Maryland 24, UCF 19, NEBRASKA 13 , Northern Illinois 9, Ari - zona 8, Virginia Tech 4, MICHIGAN STATE 3 , Missouri 2, Navy1, Rutgers 1. Team (1st Place Votes) Record PTS Prev. 1 Alabama (59) 3-0 1,547 12 Oregon (3) 3-0 1,480 2 3 OHIO STATE 4-0 1,399 3 4 Clemson 3-0 1,332 45 Stanford 3-0 1,312 56 LSU 4-0 1,161 77 Louisville 4-0 1,140 68 Florida State 3-0 1,121 89 Texas A&M 3-1 1,044 910 Georgia 2-1 1,020 1011 Oklahoma State 3-0 909 1112 Oklahoma 3-0 863 1213 South Carolina 2-1 825 1314 UCLA 3-0 731 1515 Miami (Fla.) 3-0 613 17 16 NORTHWESTERN 4-0 560 1617 MICHIGAN 4-0 534 14 18 Baylor 3-0 465 1919 Florida 2-1 449 1820 Washington 3-0 427 2021 Ole Miss 3-0 331 2222 Notre Dame 3-1 317 2123 Fresno State 3-0 156 25 24 WISCONSIN 3-1 98 NR 25 Texas Tech 4-0 92 NR Others Receiving Votes: Georgia Tech 47, UCF 35, NEBRASKA34 , Arizona 33, Northern Illinois 21, Arizona State 19, Mary - land 11, MICHIGAN STATE 8 , Rutgers 5, Texas 4, Virginia Tech3, Missouri 2, Utah 1, MINNESOTA 1 . BIG TEN IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS ASSOCIATED PRESS - SEPT. 22USA TODAY - SEPT. 22
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