BTN.com's All-Leaders Offensive Team

Legends and Leaders are no more. It was a fun three seasons, but now we turn the page to the East and West. In remembrance of the Legends and Leaders, which formed with Nebraska’s arrival prior to 2011, we’re highlighting our top players from the period (2011-13). First up: BTN.com’s All-Leaders Offensive Team.

As a refresher, the Leaders featured Illinois, Indiana, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue and Wisconsin.

View our team in the photo gallery below and see player stats at the bottom of this post.

BTN.com’s All-Leaders Offensive Team

QB: Braxton Miller, Ohio State (2011-13). 395-666, 5,292 yards, 52 TD; 557 car., 3,054 yards, 32 TD
RB: Montee Ball, Wisconsin (2011-12). 663 car., 3,753 yards, 55 TD; 34 rec., 378 yards, 6 TD
RB: Carlos Hyde, Ohio State (2011-13). 499 car., 3,057 yards, 37 TD; 34 rec., 271 yards, 4 TD
WR: Allen Robinson, Penn State (2011-13). 177 rec., 2,474 yards, 17 TD
WR: Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin (2011-13). 182 rec., 2,851 yards, 20 TD; 25 car., 264 yards, 2 TD
TE: Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin (2011-13). 96 rec., 1,262 yards, 15 TD
C: Matt Stankiewitch, Penn State (2011)
G/C: Travis Frederick, Wisconsin (2011)
G: John Urschel, Penn State (2011-13)
T: Rick Wagner, Wisconsin (2011-12)
T: Jack Mewhort, Ohio State (2011-13)
K: Drew Basil, K, Ohio State (2011-13). 33-40 FG (83%), 169-173 XP

* Stats only account for Legends and Leaders seasons, 2011-13.

Who did we miss? Feel free to cast your submission in the comment box at the bottom of the post.

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Matthew on 6/20/2014 @ 6:23pm EDT Said:

Russell Wilson

Brian on 6/20/2014 @ 9:31pm EDT Said:

Hyde over Abdullah … you must be high ….

    Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor on 6/20/2014 @ 11:14pm EDT Said:

    Abdullah/Nebraska was in the Legends, which hasn’t been posted yet. This is just Leaders Division.

Richard Barnes on 6/20/2014 @ 11:24pm EDT Said:

Man, August/September can’t come quick enough. Most of the sports magazines dealt somewhat disrespectfully with Nebraska this year and I know differently about what they are going to do. So until then, I have to patiently read all of the filler stories, recruiting reports and nonsense. The sad thing is that most of them try to hedge their bets so that when Nebraska starts out 6-0, they can explain away what they thought “COULD” happen. It’s rather pathetic actually, but it’s entertaining. The good news is that tomorrow there will be one less day to wait.

big ten fan on 6/21/2014 @ 12:10pm EDT Said:

Replace Hyde with Braxton MIller who is a running back, not a quarterback, stick Matt McGloin in at QB and Donovan Smith in at tackle ahead of Mewhort and the list is good to go.

The defense should be pretty easy given that JJ Watt and Ryan Kerrigan were pre-Leaders. Give Ohio State Bradley Roby and Ryan Shazier. Wisconsin gets Dezmen Southward. Purdue gets Josh Johnson. Illinois gets Whitney Mercilus. Penn State gets everything else. Jordan Hill and Devon Still at tackle. Deion Barnes at end. Mike Mauti and Gerald Hodges at linebacker. Adrian Amos at safety.

Will Edwards on 6/23/2014 @ 2:19pm EDT Said:

Donovan Smith lol. That kid quit against Ohio State last year due to being physically abused all game.

Russell Wilson on 6/24/2014 @ 4:49pm EDT Said:

Russell Wilson

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