Opening weekend of college football kicked off with a loud bang from several players in the Big Ten.
Looking at the overall player performances from opening weekend helps to prove that point. If Week 1 was any indication, this season could be an explosive one offensively for several teams.
All 11 teams started their season this past weekend, going 9-2 overall. While the Big Ten is widely known as a defense-oriented conference, there was some definite offensive depth on display around the league.
Performances from players like Michigan's Denard Robinson and Ohio State's Terrelle Pryor rank among the nation's best from the first weekend of the 2010 college football season.
Here's a closer look at how the individual accomplishments rank for Week 1.