Week 6 of the college football season is over.

It was a wild week both nationally and in the Big Ten, with several major performances throughout the conference.

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Offensively, Michigan State quarterback Payton Thorne and Ohio State running back TreVeyon Henderson both cracked the leaderboard this week. Buckeyes receiver Garrett Wilson also made an appearance after a stellar game vs. Maryland.

There were several changes on the defensive leaderboard as well.

Here’s a look at where the individual Big Ten leaderboards currently stand:

Passing leaders

  1. C.J. Stroud, Ohio State – 339.8 yards per game
  2. Taulia Tagovailoa, Maryland – 296.0 yards per game
  3. Payton Thorne, Michigan State — 261.5 yards per game

Rushing leaders

  1. Kenneth Walker III, Michigan State – 150.5 yards per game
  2. Trey Potts, Minnesota – 110.40 yards per game
  3. TreVeyon Henderson, Ohio State — 102.0 yards per game

Receiving leaders

  1. David Bell, Purdue – 109.8 yards per game
  2. Dontay Demus Jr., Maryland – 101.4 yards per game
  3. Jayden Reed, Michigan State– 91.0 yards per game

Defensive Leaders


  1. Chris Bergin, Northwestern – 10.6 tackles per game
  2. Olakunle Fatukasi, Rutgers– 9.5 per game
  3. Jack Campbell, Iowa — 9.0 tackles per game


  1. Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan – 5.5 sacks
  2. Sam Okuayinonu, Maryland – 5 sacks; Boye Mafe, Minnesota– 5 sacks


  1. Riley Moss, Iowa– 4 interceptions
  2. 4 players tied with 3 interceptions: Matt Hankins, Iowa; Ji’Ayir Brown, Penn State; Deontai Williams, Nebraska; Kerby Joseph, Illinois.