Final PFF Grades: Ranking Big Ten running backs

Arguably, the Big Ten had the best production from its running backs then any other conference in college football.

Even though the college football landscape has turned into a throwing league, the Big Ten still believes in smash mouth football.

The conference had three players in the top 10 nationally in running yards per game:

 Chase Brown, Mo Ibrahim, and Blake Corum. Ibrahim and Corum were both in the top five for touchdowns on the year.

In this article we are going to show you how the best running backs graded in the Big Ten. We ranked anyone that had 100 or more carries on the season,

so there is 19 running backs on the list. The grades come via Pro Football Focus.

You can see how the quarterbacks stacked up in the Big Ten as well:

Final PFF Grades: Ranking Big Ten quarterbacks 19. Jalen Berger - Michigan State Grade 70.0

18. Shaun Shivers - Indiana Grade: 71.8

17. Evan Hull - Northwestern Grade: 72.1 16. Leshon Williams - Iowa Grade: 73.7

15. Kyle Monangai - Rutgers Grade: 76.6 14. Anthony Grant - Nebraska Grade: 77.3

13. Nicholas Singleton - Penn State Grade: 78.4

12. TreVeyon Henderson - Ohio State Grade: 78.7

11. Dallan Hayden - Ohio State Grade: 79.4

10. Devin Mockobee - Purdue Grade: 79.5

9. Braelon Allen - Wisconsin Grade: 80.9 8. Chase Brown - Illinois Grade: 81.3

7. Kaleb Johnson - Iowa Grade: 82.7 6. Roman Hemby - Maryland Grade: 84.0

5. Kaytron Allen - Penn State Grade: 84.8

4. Mohamed Ibrahim - Minnesota Grade: 87.2

3. Donovan Edwards - Michigan Grade: 88.8

2. Miyan Williams - Ohio State Grade: 90.9

Arguably, the Big Ten had the best production from its running backs then any other conference in college football.

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