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HONORING LEGENDS. BUILDING LEADERS.
BIG TEN FOOTBALL
WEEKLY RELEASE - OCTOBER 29, 2012
Contact: Scott Chipman, Assistant Commissioner, Communications • Of
ce: 847-696-1010 ext. 141 • E-mail: schipman@bigten.org • Cell: 630-936-6005 • Twitter: @B1Gfootball
• Sixth week of Big Ten play features four intra-divi-sion contests this weekend.• Ohio State one of six na
onal unbeatens; can clinchshare of Leaders Division
tle on Saturday.• Nebraska reaches bowl eligibility; Michigan,Michigan State and Minnesota one victory away.• Four Big Ten rushers surpass the 1,000-yard plateaulast weekend.• Two conference rivalry trophies, the Li
le Brown Jugand Illibuck, will be up for grabs this weekend.
TOP STORIES
WEEK 9 RESULTS
SATURDAY, OCT. 27
Northwestern def. Iowa, 28-17*Indiana def. Illinois, 31-17*Michigan State def. #-/25/- Wisconsin, 16-13 (OT)Minnesota def. Purdue, 44-28#9/-/- Ohio State def. Penn State, 35-23*Nebraska def. #20/20/20 Michigan, 23-9*
Rankings: AP/USA Today/Harris* Indicates Divisional Game
2012 CONFERENCE & OVERALL STANDINGS
LEGENDS DIVISIONLEADERS DIVISION
 
Conference Games All GamesW-L PCT H A Div. Strk W-L PCT H A N Top 25^ Strk
1. Nebraska3-1 .750 2-0 1-1 2-0 W2 6-2 .750 5-0 1-2 0-0 2-1 W2Michigan 3-1 .750 2-0 1-1 1-1 L1 5-3 .625 4-0 1-2 0-1 0-2 L13. Northwestern3-2 .600 2-1 1-1 2-1 W1 7-2 .778 5-1 2-1 0-0 0-0 W14. Iowa2-2 .500 1-1 1-1 2-1 L2 4-4 .500 2-3 1-1 1-0 0-0 L25. Michigan State 2-3 .400 0-2 2-1 0-2 W1 5-4 .556 2-3 3-1 0-0 2-3 W16. Minnesota1-3 .250 1-1 0-2 0-2 W1 5-3 .625 4-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 W1 
Conference Games All GamesW-L PCT H A Div. Strk W-L PCT H A N Top 25^ Strk
1. Ohio State* 5-0 1.000 2-0 3-0 3-0 W5 9-0 1.000 6-0 3-0 0-0 2-0 W92. Penn State* 3-1 .750 1-1 2-0 1-1 L1 5-3 .625 3-2 2-1 0-0 1-1 L13. Wisconsin 3-2 .600 2-1 1-1 2-0 L1 6-3 .667 5-1 1-2 0-0 0-1 L14. Indiana 1-3 .250 0-2 1-1 1-1 W1 3-5 .375 1-3 2-2 0-0 0-1 W15. Purdue 0-4 .000 0-2 0-2 0-2 L4 3-5 .375 3-2 0-3 0-0 0-2 L4Illinois0-4 .000 0-2 0-2 0-3 L4 2-6 .250 2-3 0-3 0-0 0-1 L5
^ AP or USA Today * Ineligible for postseason play 
WEEK 10 SCHEDULE
SATURDAY, NOV. 3
Michigan at Minnesota*Noon ET - BTNIowa at Indiana3:30 p.m. ET - BTN#21/21/21 Nebraska at Michigan State*3:30 p.m. ET - ABC (regional), ESPN2 (outer market)Illinois at #6/-/- Ohio State*3:30 p.m. ET - ESPNPenn State at Purdue*3:30 p.m. ET - ESPNUByes: Northwestern, Wisconsin
Rankings: AP/USA Today/Harris* Indicates Divisional Game
BIG TEN. BIG NEWS.
There are many ways to keep up with the latest Big Tenfootball news. The Big Ten football blog can be accesseddirectly at www.bigten.org/blog/football and will featuredaily notes. You can also keep track of Big Ten football inreal-
me by following the conference on Twi
er @Big-TenConf and @B1Gfootball or become a fan of the Big TenConference on Facebook and receive exclusive updates.
FOLLOW THE BIG TEN
Legends DivisionTeam Home/Away Opp. Record Big Ten Games Remaining
NEB (3-1) 2/2 8-9 @MSU, PSU, MINN, @ IOWAMICH (3-1) 2/2 11-7 @MINN, NU, IOWA, @OSUNU (3-2) 1/2 5-8 @MICH, @MSU, ILLIOWA (2-2) 2/2 7-9 @IND, PUR, @MICH, NEB
Leaders DivisionTeam Home/Away Opp. Record Big Ten Games Remaining
OSU (5-0) 2/1 6-7 ILL, @WIS, MICHPSU (3-1) 2/2 7-10 @PUR, @NEB, IND, WISWIS (3-2) 1/2 9-4 @IND, OSU, @PSU
Looking For a Share of theCrown:
Ohio State canbecome the
rst Big Tenteam in 2012 to earn a shareof a division championshipthis weekend. A Buckeyevictory against Illinois onSaturday, coupled with aPurdue victory against PennState, would give OhioState at least a share of theLeaders Division crown. TheBuckeyes maintained theirunblemished record lastweekend a
er defea
ngthe Ni
any Lions, and hold a 1.5 game lead oversecond-place Penn State. Wisconsin is third in theLeaders Division, two games behind Ohio State,and has a bye this weekend.
Crowded at the Top:
Just one game separates
rstfrom fourth place in the Legends Division standingsas each team has played at least half of its confer-ence games this season. Last Saturday’s matchupssaw the division’s top four teams going head-to-head with Michigan facing Nebraska and Iowa takingon Northwestern. A Cornhusker victory broughtNebraska into a
rst-place
e with the Wolverines,while the Wildcats moved into third place in thedivision standings a
er defea
ng Iowa on Saturday.Nebraska and Michigan each are on the road indivisional contests, Iowa heads to Indiana andNorthwestern enjoys its bye week this Saturday.
More Division Matchups:
Four intra-divisioncontests highlight this week’s slate of conferencematchups, with two in each division. In the LegendsDivision, Michigan travels to face Minnesota inthe annual ba
le for the Li
le Brown Jug, with thewinner earning bowl eligibility, while Nebraskaheads to Michigan State. In the Leaders Division,Illinois heads to Ohio State in the annual matchupfor the Illibuck, while Penn State heads to Purdue.As part of divisional play, the Big Ten has ins
tuteda
ebreaker to determine the Big Ten FootballChampionship Game par
cipants, if necessary.A
er head-to-head matchups, the next
ebreakeris records within the division, which makes winningdivisional games an important part of the Big Ten
tle chase. See Page 11 of this release for the full
ebreaker.
The Race for Division Championships
 
HONORING LEGENDS. BUILDING LEADERS.
BIG TEN FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE - WEEK 10 2
Coach, School Career (Yrs) At School (Yrs) Big Ten OnlyLEGENDS DIVISION
Kirk Ferentz, IOWA 112-91 (17th) 100-70 (14th) 60-49Brady Hoke, MICH 63-55 (10th) 16-5 (2nd) 9-3Mark Dantonio, MSU 67-43 (9th) 49-26 (6th) 29-16Jerry Kill, MINN 135-85 (19th) 8-12 (2nd) 3-9Bo Pelini, NEB 45-18 (5th) 45-18 (5th) 8-4Pat Fitzgerald, NU 47-38 (7th) 47-38 (7th) 24-29
LEADERS DIVISION
Tim Beckman, ILL 23-22 (4th) 2-6 (1st) 0-4Kevin Wilson, IND 4-16 (2nd) 4-16 (2nd) 1-11Urban Meyer, OSU 113-23 (11th) 9-0 (1st) 5-0Bill O’Brien, PSU 5-3 (1st) 5-3 (1st) 3-1Danny Hope, PUR 54-48 (9th) 19-26 (4th) 10-18Bret Bielema, WIS 66-22 (7th) 66-22 (7th) 36-17
BIG TEN COACHING RECORDSBIG TEN. BIG NEWS.
BIG TENPLAYERS OF THE WEEK
O
ff 
ensive Player of the WeekKain Colter, NorthwesternJr., QB, Denver, Colo./Cherry Creek
Accounted for all four Northwestern touchdowns in theWildcats’ 28-17 victory over Iowa on SaturdayRushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries,helping the Wildcats total 349 yards on the groundAdded 80 passing yards, 47 of which came on a third-quarter touchdown strike to make the score 28-3Claims his third career Big Ten O
ff 
ensive Player of theWeek honor, and second this seasonLast Northwestern O
ff 
ensive Player of the Week:Kain Colter (Oct. 1, 2012)
Defensive Co-Players of the WeekMichael Carter, MinnesotaSr., DB, Pompano Beach, Fla./Ely
Tied a program record with six pass breakups andreturned an intercep
on for a touchdown to helpMinnesota knock o
ff 
Purdue, 44-28, on SaturdayOn Purdue’s opening drive of the second half, intercepteda pass and returned it 43 yards for a score, giving theGophers a commanding 41-7 leadAlso recorded six tackles as Minnesota held Purdue to198 passing yardsWins his
rst Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week laurelLast Minnesota Defensive Player of the Week:Derrick Wells (Sept. 3, 2012)
Ryan Shazier, Ohio StateSo., LB, Planta
on, Fla./Planta
on
Returned an intercep
on 17 yards for a touchdown earlyin the third quarter against Penn State, giving Ohio Statea 14-7 lead it would not relinquishRecorded a team-high eight tackles, including two sacksfor 22 yards, and a forced fumbleWas part of the Ohio State defense that limited PennState to just 32 yards rushingTakes home his
rst Big Ten Defensive Player of theWeek honorLast Ohio State Defensive Player of the Week:John Simon (Oct. 17, 2011)
Special Teams Player of the WeekBre
Maher, NebraskaSr., P/K, Kearney, Neb./Kearney
Accounted for 11 points and averaged 42.3 yards per puntin Nebraska’s 23-9 victory over Michigan on SaturdayWas a perfect three-for-three on
eld-goal tries,conver
ng from 19, 31 and 51 yards, which was his
hcareer
eld goal of 50 yards or longerAlso punted four
mes for 169 yards, with two downedinside the Michigan 20-yard lineWins his
h Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Weekaward,
ed for the most in Big Ten history, and secondthis seasonLast Nebraska Special Teams Player of the Week:Bre
Maher (Oct. 1, 2012)
Co-Freshman of the WeekPhilip Nelson, MinnesotaQB, Mankato, Minn./West
Threw for 246 yards and three touchdowns in his homedebut, leading Minnesota to a 44-28 victory over Purdueon SaturdayLed the Gophers on seven consecu
ve scoring drives,accoun
ng for 44 unanswered points to take acommanding 44-7 third-quarter leadWins his
rst Big Ten Freshman of the Week honorLast Minnesota Freshman of the Week: N/A
David Santos, NebraskaLB, Spring, Texas/Klein Collin
sTotaled 10 tackles, a career-best, with one tackle for lossin Nebraska’s 23-9 victory over Michigan on SaturdayWas part of a Cornhusker defense that limited Michiganto just 188 yards of total o
ff 
ense and 33 percent passingTakes home his
rst Big Ten Freshman of the Week awardLast Nebraska Freshman of the Week:Imani Cross (Sept. 24, 2012)
Bowled Over:
With its victory over na
onally ranked Michigan on Saturday, Nebraska notchedits sixth victory of the season to become bowl eligible. Nebraska has advanced to 48 bowlcontests in program history, including each of the last
ve seasons. The Cornhuskers are oneof three Big Ten programs to boast 20 or more bowl victories, joining Michigan and Penn State.Nebraska is the third conference program to earn bowl eligibility this season, along with North-western and Wisconsin. In addi
on, Michigan, Michigan State and Minnesota need just onemore victory to become bowl eligible.
Rushers Pass the Century Mark:
Last Saturday’s e
ff 
orts saw four conference rushers surpass the1,000-yard mark for the season, including one quarterback. The quartet is among a group of just10 rushers na
onally to have eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark this year. Ohio State’s Braxton Millerrecorded the fourth 1,000-yard rushing mark by a Big Ten quarterback in conference history, nowwith 1,093 yards to lead all conference rushers. Northwestern’s Venric Mark is the conference’ssecond-leading rusher with 1,077 yards, becoming the
rst Wildcat running back to reach the1,000-yard plateau since Tyrell Su
on in 2006. Last Saturday’s Michigan State-Wisconsin contestsaw each team’s star
ng running back surpass the 1,000-yard mark as the Spartans’ Le’Veon Bellnow has 1,061 yards, while the Badgers’ Montee Ball boasts 1,028 yards this season.
Going For 10:
With a road victory against conference-unbeaten Penn State last Saturday, OhioState kept its unblemished record intact by improving to 9-0. The Buckeyes are the only teamin the country boas
ng nine victories this season, and one of six teams in the country with anundefeated record this year. Head coach Urban Meyer became the third coach in program historyto win nine straight contests to begin his tenure. It marks just the
h
me since 1905 a Big Tencoach has won nine more games to begin their coaching tenures. Ohio State’s Carol Widdoes won12 straight from 1944-45, and Buckeye mentor Earle Bruce opened with an 11-0 mark in 1979,equaling the start of Michigan’s Bennie Oosterbaan from 1948-49. Former Wisconsin coach Wil-liam Juneau began his career with nine victories from 1912-13.
More Than a Win at Stake:
Among this week’s slate of matchups is a pair of trophy gamesbetween annual rivals. It will be the 99th mee
ng in the series featuring division foes Michiganand Minnesota, as well as Illinois and Ohio State. Since 1909, the Michigan-Minnesota winner hasclaimed the Li
le Brown Jug, with the Wolverines holding a 67-22-3 advantage with the trophyat stake. Also on Saturday, Illinois and Ohio State will ba
le for the Illibuck, a trophy series thatbegan in 1925, with the Buckeyes holding the series advantage.
Another Four-Million Season:
Last weekend, the Big Ten surpassed the four-million mark in totala
endance for the 20th straight season and 23rd season overall. With more than 407,000 patronsa
ending last weekend’s games, the conference has welcomed more than 4.3 million fans to BigTen stadiums through nine weeks of the season, with 28 sellouts. During the 2012 season, theconference boasts an average of 70,501 fans per game, which would rank among the top 10 inconference history in average fans per game among all contests.
The Epitome of Student-Athlete:
The Na
onal Football Founda
on (NFF) & College Hall of Famenamed Nebraska’s Rex Burkhead and Northwestern’s Patrick Ward two of 15 recipients of the NFFNa
onal Scholar-Athlete Awards. Burkhead and Ward were selected from a na
onwide pool of 147 semi
nalists from among all NCAA divisions and the NAIA. The two Big Ten student-athletesare now
nalists for the 2012 William V. Campbell Trophy, which recognizes an individual as theabsolute best scholar-athlete in the na
on. The NFF’s Na
onal Scholar-Athlete program, launchedin 1959, is the
rst ini
a
ve in history to award scholar-athletes postgraduate scholarships fortheir combined athle
c, academic and leadership abili
es. Michigan State’s Kirk Cousins and Pur-due’s Joe Holland earned NFF Na
onal Scholar-Athlete Awards last season. Two Big Ten standoutshave won the Campbell Trophy - Ohio State’s Bobby Hoying in 1995 and Craig Krenzel in 2003.
 
HONORING LEGENDS. BUILDING LEADERS.
BIG TEN FOOTBALL WEEKLY RELEASE - WEEK 10 3
(Number in parenthesis indicates totaltimes a Big Ten team will face an opponentfrom this conference.)
ACC (2) 1-1
Boston College 1-0Virginia 0-1
Big 12 (1) 0-1
Iowa State 0-1
Big East (3) 3-0
Syracuse (2) 2-0Temple 1-0
Big Sky (1) 1-0
Idaho State 1-0
Big South (1) 1-0
Charleston Southern 1-0
Colonial (1) 1-0
New Hampshire 1-0
Conference USA (5) 5-0
Central Florida 1-0Marshall 1-0Southern Miss 1-0UAB 1-0UTEP 1-0
Great West (1) 1-0
South Dakota 1-0
Independent (5) 1-4
Navy (2) 1-1Notre Dame (3) 0-3
MAC (12) 9-3
Ball State 0-1Central Michigan (2) 1-1Eastern Michigan (2) 2-0Massachusetts (2) 2-0Miami (Ohio) 1-0Northern Illinois 1-0Ohio 0-1Western Michigan (2) 2-0
Missouri Valley (3) 3-0
Indiana State 1-0Northern Iowa (2) 2-0
Mountain West (3) 3-0
Air Force 1-0Boise State 1-0UNLV 1-0
Ohio Valley (1) 1-0
Eastern Kentucky 1-0
Pac-12 (4) 1-3
Arizona State 0-1California 1-0Oregon State 0-1UCLA 0-1
SEC (2) 1-1
Alabama 0-1Vanderbilt 1-0
Sun Belt (1) 1-0
Arkansas State 1-0
WAC (2) 1-1
Louisiana Tech 0-1Utah State 1-0Combined non-conference record: 34-14
NON-CONFERENCESCHEDULE
BIG TEN IN THE NCAA TOP 30
according to NCAA national database as of Oct. 28 
Rk Player, School Sta
s
cTOTAL OFFENSE
21. Braxton Miller, OSU 291.1129. Denard Robinson, MICH 283.13
RUSHING YARDS PER GAME
11. Braxton Miller, OSU 121.4413. Venric Mark, NU 119.6714. Denard Robinson, MICH 118.2515. Le’Veon Bell, MSU 117.8918. Montee Ball, WIS 114.22
PASS EFFICIENCY
18. Taylor Mar
nez, NEB 158.0927. Joel Stave, WIS 149.61
RECEPTIONS PER GAME
26. Allen Robinson, PSU 6.50
RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME
28. Jared Abbrederis, WIS 84.38
ALL-PURPOSE YARDS
6. Venric Mark, NU 184.1111. Ameer Abdullah, NEB 166.0026. Le’Veon Bell, MSU 141.67
SCORING PER GAME
24. Carlos Hyde, OSU 9.4326. Stephen Houston, IND 9.25Bre
Maher, NEB 9.25
TACKLES PER GAME
4. Anthony Hitchens, IOWA 11.5018. Mike Taylor, WIS 10.2225. James Morris, IOWA 9.75Michael Mau
, PSU 9.75
Rk Player, School Sta
s
cSACKS PER GAME
28. Eric Mar
n, NEB 0.81D.L. Wilhite, MINN 0.81
INTERCEPTIONS PER GAME
7. Landon Feichter, PUR 0.5024. Michael Mau
, PSU 0.38Josh Johnson, PUR 0.38
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
15. Ameer Abdullah, NEB 13.93
PUNTING AVERAGE
21. Cody Webster, PUR 42.9323. Mike Sadler, MSU 42.87
FIELD GOALS PER GAME
6. Mike Meyer, IOWA 1.889. Dan Conroy, MSU 1.7814. Brendan Gibbons, MICH 1.6320. Bre
Maher, NEB 1.5029. Mitch Ewald, IND 1.38
Rk School Sta
s
cSCORING OFFENSE
18. Nebraska 39.2521. Ohio State 38.56
TOTAL OFFENSE
15. Nebraska 489.13
PASSING OFFENSE
28. Indiana 286.63
Rk School Sta
s
cRUSHING OFFENSE
7. Nebraska 264.1310. Ohio State 247.8915. Northwestern 237.5627. Michigan 206.63
TOTAL DEFENSE
5. Michigan State 267.449. Michigan 291.0016. Wisconsin 315.6322. Penn State 311.3326. Minnesota 336.38
PASS DEFENSE
1. Michigan 145.887. Minnesota 159.888. Nebraska 160.1314. Michigan State 176.2224. Iowa 196.50
RUSH DEFENSE
7. Michigan State 91.2218. Wisconsin 108.1120. Ohio State 111.6728. Northwestern 121.33
SCORING DEFENSE
10. Michigan State 15.0014. Michigan 17.2517. Wisconsin 17.5618. Penn State 18.1330. Iowa 21.13
TURNOVER MARGIN
13. Iowa 1.00Penn State 1.0027. Northwestern 0.67
INDIVIDUAL LEADERSLEGENDS DIVISIONSchool Does Not Play:
Iowa Illinois, Ohio State, WisconsinMichigan Indiana, Penn State, WisconsinMichigan State Illinois, Penn State, PurdueMinnesota Indiana, Ohio State, Penn StateNebraska Illinois, Indiana, PurdueNorthwestern Ohio State, Purdue, Wisconsin
LEADERS DIVISIONSchool Does Not Play:
Illinois Iowa, Michigan State, NebraskaIndiana Michigan, Minnesota, NebraskaOhio State Iowa, Minnesota, NorthwesternPenn State Michigan, Michigan State, MinnesotaPurdue Michigan State, Nebraska, NorthwesternWisconsin Iowa, Michigan, Northwestern
2012 NO PLAYSWEEKLY COACHES TELECONFERENCE
The Big Ten Conference football coaches weekly media teleconferences are held on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.CT and con
nue through November 20. The calls are available for playback roughly two hours following the con-clusion of each call through Thursday of each week. They will also be archived online at www.bigten.org. Contactthe Big Ten Communica
ons o
ce for the phone number and weekly passcode.The coaches order on each call is as follows. All
mes are CT.
LEGENDS DIVISION COACHES
11:00 a.m. - Brady Hoke, Michigan11:10 a.m. - Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern11:20 a.m. - Bo Pelini, Nebraska11:30 a.m. - Mark Dantonio, Michigan State11:40 a.m. - Kirk Ferentz, Iowa11:50 a.m. - Jerry Kill, Minnesota
LEADERS DIVISION COACHES
12:00 p.m. - Tim Beckman, Illinois12:10 p.m. - Danny Hope, Purdue12:20 p.m. - Bill O’Brien, Penn State12:30 p.m. - Bret Bielema, Wisconsin12:40 p.m. - Urban Meyer, Ohio State12:50 p.m. - Kevin Wilson, Indiana
 
EGEND DIVIINScoo Does Not Pay:
 
Iowa Iinois, Oio State, WisconsinMicigan Indiana, Penn State, WisconsinMicigan State Iinois, Penn State, PurdueMinnesota Indiana, Oio State, Penn StateNerasa Iinois, Indiana, PurdueNortwestern Oio State, Purdue, Wisconsin
EADER DIVIINScoo Does Not Pay:
I
 
inois Iowa, Micigan State, NerasaIndiana Micigan, Minnesota, NerasaOio State Iowa, Minnesota, NortwesternPenn State Micigan, Micigan State, MinnesotaPurdue Micigan State, Nerasa, Nortwesternisconsin Iowa, Micigan, Nortwestern
2012 NO PLAYSWEEKLY AHE TELENFEREN
The Big Ten Conference football coaches weekly media teleconferences are held on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.CT and con
nue through November 20. The calls are available for playback roughly two hours following the con-clusion of each call through Thursday of each week. They will also be archived online at www.bigten.org. Contactthe Big Ten Communica
ons o ce for the phone number and weekly passcode.The coaches orer on each call is as follows. All
mes are CT.
EGEND DIVIIN CACHE
11:00 a.m. - Brady Hoe, Micigan11:10 a.m. - Pat Fitzgerad, Nortwestern11:20 a.m. - Bo Peini, Nerasa11:30 a.m. - Mar Dantonio, Micigan State11:40 a.m. - Kir Ferentz, Iowa11:50 a.m. - Jerry Ki, Minnesota
EADER DIVIIN CACHE
12:00 p.m. - Tim Becman, Iinois12:10 p.m. - Danny Hope, Purue12:20 p.m. - Bill O’Brien, Penn State12:30 p.m. - Bret Bieema, Wisconsin12:40 p.m. - Uran Meyer, Oio State12:50 p.m. - Kevin Wison, Indiana
TEAM LEADERSTEAM LEADERS, cont.

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