Week 2 of the college football season in the books and the Big Ten’s individual leaderboards have undergone major changes since Week 1.

Offensively, it’s a similar list to last week. The three quarterbacks at the top — CJ Stroud, Taulia Tagovailoa and Jack Plummer — remain unchanged, except for the order. Kenneth Walker III retains his spot atop the conference’s rushing leaders, and receivers Dontay Demus Jr. and David Bell continue to dominate.

The defensive leaderboard is more unpredictable, with Michigan’s Aidan Hutchinson now leading the Big Ten’s sack standings after a big Week 2 performance.

Here’s a look at the Big Ten’s individual leaders so far:

Offensive Leaders

Passing leaders

1. QB CJ Stroud, Ohio State — 389 yards per game
2. QB Taulia Tagovailoa, Maryland — 303 yards per game
3. QB Jack Plummer, Purdue — 279 yards per game

Rushing leaders

1. RB Kenneth Walker III, Michigan State — 160.5 yards per game
2. RB Blake Corum, Michigan — 141 yards per game
3. RB Chez Mellusi, Wisconsin — 132.5 yards per game

Receiving leaders

1. WR Dontay Demus, Jr., Maryland — 130.5 yards per game
2. WR David Bell, Purdue — 127.5 yards per game
3. WR Jayden Reed, Michigan State — 122.5 yards per game

Defensive Leaders


1. LB Olakunle Fatukasi, Rutgers — 11 tackles per game
2. DB Ronnie Hickman, Ohio State — 10.5 tackles per game
3. LB Teradja Mitchell, Ohio State — 10.5 tackles per game


1. DE Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan — 3.5 sacks
2. LB Olakunle Fatukasi, Rutgers — 3 sacks
3. 6 players tied with 2 sacks


5 players tied with 2 interceptions:

1. DB Riley Moss, Iowa
2. DB Max Melton, Rutgers
3. DB Matt Hankins, Iowa
4. DB Jakorian Bennett, Maryland
5. DB Deontai Williams, Nebraska