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1. 6.4: Receptions per game for Penn State WR Allen Robinson, the top mark in the Big Ten. He also led the league with 84.8 receiving yards per game. The sophomore is the first player to lead the conference in both categories since Purdue WR Keith Smith in 2009.
2. 11.2: Points per game in Big Ten play for Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde and Wisconsin RB Montee Ball. Hyde became the first Buckeye to lead the league in scoring since RB Eddie George in 1995, while Ball became the first player to accomplish the feat in three consecutive years since at least 1939.
3. 34: Perfect seasons in Big Ten history after Ohio State finished the year 12-0. There also have been 59 undefeated seasons in conference history, counting ties.
4. 12. Opponents held under 200 yards passing for Michigan this season. The Wolverines have the country's second-ranked pass defense, yielding a mere 155.17 yards per game through the air.
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