Entering the first year of the College Football Playoff era—of a much-needed fresh new start—the Big Ten is top-heavy with offensive superstars.
Two-time reigning Player of the Year Braxton Miller, who has started since his freshman season at Ohio State, highlights a field that also includes All-American candidates at running back such as Melvin Gordon and Ameer Abdullah at Wisconsin and Nebraska, respectively.
But the league, which has been the butt of much ridicule due to its perceived—and, let's be honest, genuine—offensive deficiencies, might be deeper than it at first glance appears.
Beyond the overt All-Conference front-runners, there are offensive weapons being overlooked by simple virtue of playing in the #B1G.
Here we give a few of those guys their due.