The Big Ten’s top 10 leaders in Week 3

The Big Ten running backs have had another big week on the college football schedule, and things are starting to look new when it comes to the Big Ten’s top runners.

Despite not playing in Week 3, Illinois running back Chase Brown continues to hold the No. 1 spot in the Big Ten standings, but Minnesota’s Mohamed Ibrahim added 202 yards to his tally. the season to get closer to first place. Meanwhile, freshmen Nick Singleton of Penn State and Roman Hemby of Maryland continue to produce big plays on the field for their respective teams.

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Here’s an updated look at the Big Ten’s top 10 runners in Week 3 of the college football season.

September 10, 2022; Champagne, Illinois, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini running back Chase Brown (2) runs past Virginia Cavaliers safety Antonio Clary (0) in the first half at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ron Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

Rushed construction sites: 496 yards

Sep 17, 2022; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Golden Gophers running back Mohamed Ibrahim (24) heads the ball for a touchdown against the Colorado Buffaloes during the first quarter at Huntington Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Krohn – USA TODAY Sports

Rushed construction sites: 464 yards

Sep 17, 2022; Lincoln, Nebraska, USA; Nebraska Cornhuskers running back Anthony Grant (10) jumps over receiver Trey Palmer (3) and Oklahoma Sooners linebacker Danny Stutsman (28) during the first quarter at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dylan Widger – USA TODAY Sports

Rushed construction sites: 464 yards

Penn State Nittany Lions running back Nicholas Singleton (10) heads the ball as the Auburn Tigers take on the Penn State Nittany Lions at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama on Saturday, September 17, 2022. Syndication: The Montgomery Advertiser

Ground course: 334 meters

Sep 17, 2022; Madison, Wis., USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back Braelon Allen (0) carries the football during warmups before the game against the New Mexico State Aggies at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch – USA TODAY Sports

Rushed construction sites: 332 yards

Sep 17, 2022; Evanston, Ill., USA; North West Wildcats running back Evan Hull (26) drives past Southern Illinois Salukis cornerback PJ Jules (4) during the first half at Ryan Field. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

Rushed construction sites: 308 yards

Sep 17, 2022; College Park, Maryland, USA; Maryland Terrapins running back Roman Hemby (24) reacts after scoring a second half touchdown against the Southern Methodist Mustangs at Capital One Field in Maryland Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Rushed construction sites: 294 yards

September 10, 2022; East Lansing, Michigan, USA; Michigan State Spartans running back Jalen Berger (8) runs past Akron Zips linebacker Andrew Behm (59) in the third quarter. Mandatory Credit: Dale Young – USA TODAY Sports

Rushed construction sites: 254 yards

Sep 17, 2022; Bloomington, Indiana, USA; Indiana Hoosiers running back Shaun Shivers (2) evades the tackle by Western Kentucky Hilltoppers defensive back Kaleb Oliver (20) during the second quarter at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marc Lebryk – USA TODAY Sports

Rushed construction sites: 241 yards

Sep 17, 2022; Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA; Michigan Wolverines running back Blake Corum (2) rushes for a first half touchdown against the Connecticut Huskies at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Rushed construction sites: 235 meters

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