How about 13:64/12.71 hurdle races, 45.22 (and 45.42)/51.02 400s, 3:41.21 1500 (how slow with the 1500 be at Big Tens?), 28:50 without the top two guys on a warm/windy evening.
The depth of the meet was unbelievable. The guy from Penn State who had been 4th before improved his deca by ~250 points and finished .... 10th, while the top three were within a few points of the "A" standard.
8:37 is a pretty good steeple time and is fifth on the NCAA list -- it got 5th place in the meet! 26+ LJ, 68-05 SP, Strong discus marks under calm (i.e., short) conditions.
It was the best non-national/international meet I have ever seen with the combination of competitive marks and meet competition (decided in the 4x400s).
Good summary. Very impressive performances.