Stroud led the nation's top offense and ranks among the top seven passers in eight categories. His 70.9% completion rate and 351.1 yards per game are on track to be school single-season records, and his 3,862 passing yards rank second in school history; his 38 touchdown passes are third.
The Big Ten coaches' all-conference first-team offense is: quarterback, Stroud; running backs, Hassan Haskins (Michigan), Kenneth Walker III (Michigan State); receivers, Chris Olave (Ohio State), David Bell (Purdue); center, Tyler Linderbaum (Iowa); guards, Thayer Munford (Ohio State), Josh Seltzner (Wisconsin); tackles, Daniel Faalele (Minnesota), Nicholas Petit-Frere (Ohio State); tight end, Jake Ferguson (Wisconsin).
Defensive and special teams honorees were announced Tuesday. The Associated Press will announce its Big Ten awards next week.