More than 20 former B1G players were on active rosters for Super Bowl LV on Sunday night, providing plenty of interest for fans of the conference for the final game of the season. How did all those players perform in the biggest game of the year? We’ve collected the stats.

Not every B1G player saw the field on Sunday and players on the offensive line won’t really have any statistics to their names from the game. Still, it’s fun to see how some of the league’s biggest stars performed in the Super Bowl.

Legendary quarterback and Michigan alum Tom Brady stole the show (again) by throwing 3 touchdown passes on the way to his seventh Super Bowl title, with Tampa Bay defeating Kansas City 31-9. Brady also was awarded his fifth Super Bowl MVP honor.

How did everyone else perform? Here’s a quick look at the stats from Sunday night:

*Player was a member of a current B1G team but did not play in the conference.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

QB: Tom Brady (Michigan)

21-of-29, 201 yards, 3 TDs, 0 INTs

WR: Chris Godwin (Penn State)

2 catches, 9 yards

S: Antoine Winfield Jr., (Minnesota) 

6 tackles, 2 passes defended, 1 INT

LB: Lavonte David (Nebraska)

6 tackles, 2 passes defended

LB: Anthony Nelson (Iowa)

1 tackle, 1 QB hit

DE: Ndamukong Suh* (Nebraska)

2 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 2 QB hits

DE: William Gholston (Michigan State)

1 QB hit

No stats recorded: WR Tyler Johnson (Minnesota), OT Tristan Wirfs (Iowa), DL Khalil Davis (Nebraska), OT Donovan Smith (Penn State), QB Drew Stanton (Michigan State)

Kansas City Chiefs

LB: Damien Wilson (Minnesota)

10 tackles, 1 tackle for loss

LB: Ben Niemann (Iowa)

9 tackles

DE: Frank Clark (Michigan)

4 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack

LB: Anthony Hitchens (Iowa)

1 tackle, 1 pass break-up

DL: Mike Danna (Michigan)

1 tackle

No stats recorded: RB Le’Veon Bell (Michigan State), OG Nick Allegretti (Illinois), QB Chad Henne (Michigan), OG Stefen Wisniewski (Penn State)