On offense, the 1967 team averaged 12.3 points scored, 165.9 rushing yards, and 100.6 passing yards per game. On defense, the team allowed an average of 14.0 points scored, 188.2 rushing yards, and 94.5 passing yards per game. The team's statistical leaders included Jack Reynolds with 643 rushing yards, Ronnie Johnson with 494 passing yards, Terry Brown with 425 receiving yards, and Larry Gosney with 36 points scored.
Back Harry Cheatwood was selected by the Central Press Association as a first-team All-American. Cheatwood and lineman Jon Kolb were selected as first-team All-Big Eight Conference players.