Several teams in the Big Ten are already starting to separate themselves after just a couple games.

On both sides of the ball, undefeated teams like Maryland, Michigan State, Michigan, Rutgers and Penn State are frequently atop the Big Ten’s leaderboards.

While Ohio State does have a loss, the Buckeyes have been one of the most efficient teams in the country offensively. Meanwhile, it’s impressive to see how Greg Schiano has turned around Rutgers’ defense in just his second year in charge.

Here’s the Big Ten’s team statistical leaders through Week 2:

Offensive leaders

Scoring offense

  1. Maryland: 46 points per game
  2. Michigan State: 40 points per game
  3. Purdue: 39.5 points per game

Yards per play

  1. Michigan State: 8.57 yards per play
  2. Ohio State: 8.32 yards per play
  3. Michigan: 7.16 yards per play

Passing offense

  1. Ohio State: 389 yards per game
  2. Purdue: 344 yards per game
  3. Maryland: 339.5 yards per game

Rushing offense

  1. Michigan: 339 yards per game
  2. Michigan State: 299 yards per game
  3. Wisconsin: 266 yards per game

Defensive Leaders

Yards per play allowed

  1. Penn State: 3.98 yards per play
  2. Rutgers: 4.15 yards per play
  3. Maryland: 4.12 yards per play

Turnover margin

  1. Rutgers: +8
  2. 3 teams with +5

Opponent 3rd down conversion

  1. Rutgers: 14.81 percent
  2. Wisconsin: 20.83 percent
  3. Maryland: 24 percent