1) Ohio State (8-0)
J.K. Dobbins first Buckeye to rush for a thousand years as a freshman, sophomore, and now junior. 

2) Penn State (8-0)
Has failed to gain more than 302 total yards since October 5th, but keeps winning anyway. 

3) Minnesota (8-0)
Gophers are 8-0 for the first time since finishing with that record back in 1941. 

4) Wisconsin (6-2)
Now two games back in the West Division after being in the top 10 just two weeks ago. 

5) Michigan (6-2) 
That was the largest margin of victory for the Wolverines over an AP top 10 team since 1977. 

6) Iowa (6-2)
Has posted more shutouts than any FBS team the past two seasons (4). 

7) Indiana (6-2)
Don't look now, but the Hoosiers are bowl eligible and it's not even November yet. 

8) Illinois (4-4)
Don't look now, but if not for that loss to Eastern Michigan the Illini would be a lock for a bowl game. 

9) Michigan State (4-4)
Have lost three straight games by a whopping average of 27.7 points per defeat. 

10) Nebraska (4-4)
Scott Frost is now just 8-12 in his first 20 games as the Huskers head coach. 

11) Purdue (2-6)
Suffered its worst home loss to Illinois since 1990, when the Illini shared the Big Ten title.

12) Maryland (3-5)
Devolving into primordial ooze in real time. 

13) Northwestern (1-6)Wildcats were 8-1 in the Big Ten last season, but have been out-scored 72-3 in their last two Big Ten games (both at home). 

14) Rutgers (2-6)
"Upset" Liberty to double last-seasons's win total.