1. Michigan (9-0, 6-0): Jim Harbaugh thanked D.J. Durkin for the memories, and then rubbed Maryland’s nose in it.

2. Ohio State (8-1, 5-1): Jashon Cornell, redshirt freshman from Cretin-Derham Hall, has three tackles in three games.

3. Wisconsin (7-2, 4-2): Corey Clement has averaged 121.5 yards over the past four games, punching his NFL ticket.

4. Penn State (7-2, 4-2): Eyeing a New Year’s Six bowl, Penn State finishes with Indiana, Rutgers and Michigan State.

5. Nebraska (7-2, 4-2): Huskers’ average time of possession: 32:44. Minnesota’s average time of possession: 32:01.

6. Gophers (7-2, 4-2): Team has six TD passes. Only two FBS teams have fewer: Wake Forest and Vanderbilt.

7. Northwestern (4-5, 3-3): The Wildcats have wins at Michigan State and Iowa but are 2-4 at home.

8. Iowa (5-4, 3-3): Hawkeyes had won nine road games in a row before last week’s 27-point loss at Penn State.

9. Indiana (5-4, 3-3): Hoosiers need one win vs. Penn State, Michigan or Purdue to go bowling like last year.

10. Maryland (5-4, 2-4): The Terrapins have given up 650-plus yards in back-to-back losses to Michigan and Indiana.

11. Illinois (3-6, 2-4): Illini head to Wisconsin after becoming the latest team to a break a slump vs. Michigan State.

12. Michigan State (2-7, 0-6): Rushing offense is the only bright spot for a team in a surreal seven-game tailspin.

13. Purdue (3-6, 1-5): Combined halftime scores against Nebraska, Penn State, Gophers: 59-50. Second half: 10-83.

14. Rutgers (2-7, 0-6): Six straight losses now.