The Big Ten’s season has just two weeks left.

Offensively, the top of these leaderboards haven’t changed much since last week. Justin Fields, Mohamed Ibrahim and Garrett Wilson were all out this week due to COVID-19 cancelations.

Defensively, leaders at Iowa and Northwestern continue to stand out.

Here are the Big Ten’s statistical leaders through Week 6:

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Offensive leaders

Passing leaders (yards per game)

  1. QB Justin Fields, Ohio State: 302
  2. QB Michael Penix Jr., Indiana: 274.2
  3. QB Taulia Tagovailoa, Maryland, 252.8

Rushing leaders (yards per game)

  1. RB Mohamed Ibrahim, Minnesota: 163.4
  2. RB Master Teague, Ohio State: 95
  3. RB Tyler Goodson, Iowa, 94

Receiving leaders (yards per game)

  1. WR Garrett Wilson, Ohio State: 128.3
  2. WR Ty Fryfogle, Indiana: 108.7
  3. WR David Bell, Purdue: 98.6

Defensive leaders

Tackles

  1. LB Olakunle Fatukasi, Rutgers: 73
  2. LB Nick Niemann, Iowa: 61
  3. LB Blake Gallagher, Northwestern: 59

Sacks

1.DL Daviyon Nixon, Iowa: 5

2. DL Owen Carney Jr., Illinois: 4.5

T-3. DL Chauncey Golston, Iowa: 4

T-3. DL Jerone Johnson, Indiana: 4

T-3. DL Shaka Toney, Penn State: 4

T-3. DL Eku Leota, Northwestern: 4

Interceptions

T-1. DB Brandon Joseph, Northwestern: 5

T-1. DB Shakur Brown, Michigan State: 5

3. DB Jaylin Williams, Indiana: 4