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1969 Big Ten Conference Leaders

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Record: 47-52-1, .475 W-L% (11th of 13) (Schedule and Results)

SRS: 5.79 (4th of 13) ▪ SOS: 6.93 (4th of 13)

Conference Champion: Michigan and Ohio State

Ranked in Preseason AP Poll:(Indiana, Michigan State, Minnesota, Ohio State and Purdue)
Ranked in Final AP Poll:(Michigan, Ohio State and Purdue)

Conference Leaders

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Pass Completion Percentage

1. Mike Phipps (Purdue) 52.6
2. Phil Hagen (Minnesota) 52.4
3. Harry Gonso (Indiana) 51.7
4. Rex Kern (Ohio State) 50.4
5. Don Moorhead* (Michigan) 49.0
6. Neil Graff (Wisconsin) 48.7
7. Larry Lawrence (Iowa) 47.3
8. Maurie Daigneau (Northwestern) 44.5

Passing Yards Per Attempt

1. Mike Phipps (Purdue) 7.9
2. Rex Kern (Ohio State) 7.4
3. Larry Lawrence (Iowa) 7.0
4. Maurie Daigneau (Northwestern) 6.7
5. Harry Gonso (Indiana) 6.5
6. Phil Hagen (Minnesota) 6.1
7. Don Moorhead* (Michigan) 6.0
8. Neil Graff (Wisconsin) 5.7

Adjusted Passing Yards Per Attempt

1. Mike Phipps (Purdue) 6.8
2. Larry Lawrence (Iowa) 5.8
3. Rex Kern (Ohio State) 5.4
4. Don Moorhead* (Michigan) 5.0
5. Phil Hagen (Minnesota) 4.7
6. Harry Gonso (Indiana) 4.3
7. Neil Graff (Wisconsin) 3.8
8. Maurie Daigneau (Northwestern) 3.6

Passing Efficiency Rating

1. Mike Phipps (Purdue) 131.2
2. Rex Kern (Ohio State) 119.9
3. Larry Lawrence (Iowa) 110.9
4. Harry Gonso (Indiana) 108.9
5. Phil Hagen (Minnesota) 104.4
6. Don Moorhead* (Michigan) 100.7
7. Neil Graff (Wisconsin) 97.0
8. Maurie Daigneau (Northwestern) 96.0

Receiving Yards Per Reception

1. Frank Foreman (Michigan State) 24.4
2. Stan Brown (Purdue) 22.7
3. Bruce Jankowski (Ohio State) 17.6
4. Kerry Reardon (Iowa) 17.2
5. John Bullock (Purdue) 16.8
6. Doug Dieken (Illinois) 16.8
7. Bruce Hubbard (Northwestern) 15.4
8. Jade Butcher (Indiana) 14.9
9. Don Osby (Iowa) 14.5
10. Ray Parson (Minnesota) 14.5
11. Ashley Bell (Purdue) 13.7
12. Ken Luxton (Northwestern) 13.5
13. Jan White (Ohio State) 13.4
14. Jim Mandich* (Michigan) 13.2
15. Randy Cooper (Purdue) 13.0
16. Ray Manning (Iowa) 12.9
17. John Andrews (Indiana) 11.6
18. Mel Reddick (Wisconsin) 11.4
19. Stu Voigt (Wisconsin) 11.3