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Michigan State reentered the top, at No. 9, while Wisconsin (No. 17), Nebraska (No. 19) and Ohio State (No. 20) also remain ranked.
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The latest college football polls were released Sunday, and four Big Ten teams are ranked in the Coaches Poll and AP Poll. The biggest news: Michigan State moved up to No. 11 in both polls despite being idle. See where all the Big Ten teams are ranked in the polls in this post.
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After a Saturday’s action, the Big Ten no longer has any top 10 teams in the Coaches Poll. Michigan State dropped to No. 13 following its loss at Oregon and Ohio State fell to No. 18 in the wake of its home loss to Virginia Tech. Nebraska also dropped, to No. 21, while Wisconsin moved up two spots, to No. 17.
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The latest AP and Coaches polls were released Tuesday, and there’s a new Big Ten team pacing the conference in both. That team? Michigan State, of course!
The Associated Press preseason college football poll was released Sunday afternoon, and four Big Ten teams are ranked. Ohio State and Michigan State are both ranked in the Top 10, as the Buckeyes appear at No. 5, while the Spartans are ranked No. 8. Wisconsin (No. 14) and Nebraska (No. 22) also are ranked.
The 2014 preseason Coaches Poll came out Thursday morning, and while four Big Ten teams appear in the top-25 rankings, there are several surprises that stand out. Where is Michigan on the list, or how about Iowa? Which Big Ten teams are ranked too high, or too low? Our BTN.com panelists sounded off on the biggest surprises from the preseason polls.
The preseason Coaches Poll was released Thursday morning, and four Big Ten teams are ranked. Last year’s Big Ten title game participants Ohio State and Michigan State lead the conference, at No. 6 and No. 8, respectively, while Wisconsin (No. 14) and Nebraska (No. 22) also are ranked. See the full poll in this post.
Because everyone gobbles up those way-too-early top 25 polls the day after the college football season ends, there’s such a thing as post-Signing Day top 25s. There can never be enough college football coverage, right? ESPN.com’s Mark Schlabach recently released his post-Signing Day Top 25, and it includes five Big Ten teams.
The grass stains and bruises are still fresh from last night’s BCS title game, a scintillating triumph for Florida State over Auburn that ended the SEC’s seven-season run of dominance. That hasn’t stopped some people from turning the page – and quickly. Mark Schlabach of ESPN.com already has an early, early—and I mean EARLY—2014 Top 25.
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The final polls are out, and Michigan State is No. 3 in the AP and Coaches polls – see the full lists here. The results are really no shock. I think the Spartans could have made a case to be ranked as high as No. 2. But, Auburn got that spot, even though the Tigers lost the BCS championship game to Florida State. Had Auburn been blown out by the Seminoles, Michigan State likely could have secured the No. 2 slot.
The final Coaches Poll was released Sunday morning, and Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio ranked his team No. 2. The Spartans, the Big Ten champions, came in at No. 4 in the latest poll. Check out Dantonio’s top 10 in this post. Also, see how every coach voted.
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Fresh off its Big Ten title game victory over previously undefeated and then-No. 2 Ohio State, Michigan State moved up to No. 4 in the latest Coaches Poll, released Sunday. The Buckeyes dropped to No. 6 following their first loss since the end of the 2011 season, while Wisconsin comes in at No. 19. See the full Coaches and AP polls in this post.
As I suspected, Ohio State ascended from No. 3 to No. 2 in the BCS standings following its win at Michigan and the loss of BCS No. 1 Alabama to BCS No. 4 Auburn on Saturday.
As many expected, Ohio State moved up to No. 2 in the latest BCS Standings, as well as the AP and Coaches polls, which were released Sunday. The Buckeyes moved up one spot following its narrow win at Michigan, coupled with Auburn’s exciting win over then-No. 1 Alabama, which fell to No. 4. See all three polls in this post.
Perfect Ohio State remained No. 3 in the latest BCS Poll, released Sunday. The Buckeyes, who have won 23 in a row, still trail No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Florida State. Michigan State moved up to No. 11, and Wisconsin rose four spots, to No. 15. See the full BCS Standings, as well as Coaches and AP polls, in this post.
Perfect Ohio State remained No. 3 in the latest BCS Standings, released Sunday night. The Buckeyes (.8869) still trail No. 1 Alabama (.9981) and No. 2 Florida State (.9661). Meanwhile, Michigan State and Wisconsin both moved up, to No. 13 and No. 19, respectively, and Minnesota debuted at No. 25. See the full poll in this post, plus the Coaches and AP polls.
Idle Ohio State moved up to No. 3 in the latest BCS Standings following then-No. 2 Oregon’s loss at Stanford. The Buckeyes (.8926), who trail No. 1 Alabama (.9958) and No. 2 Florida State (.9619), had been stuck at No. 4 in each of the poll’s first three installments. Michigan State and Wisconsin come in at No. 16 and No. 22, respectively. See all the polls in this post.
The latest college football polls, including the BCS Standings, were released Sunday. Ohio State remained No. 4 in the all-important BCS Standings following Saturday’s 56-0 win at Purdue. Michigan State moved up five spots, from No. 22 to No. 17, and Wisconsin comes in at No. 24. See the full BCS standings, as well as the AP and Coaches Polls in this post.
Ohio State remained No. 4 in the latest BCS standings, released Sunday night. The Buckeyes drilled Penn State, 63-14, but were unable to move up as no one ahead of them lost. Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin come in at No. 21, 22 and 24, respectively. See the full BCS rankings, as well as the Coaches and AP polls in this post.
The first BCS standings were released on Sunday night. Alabama is No. 1, which was no shock. It was a shock that Florida State is No. 2 over Oregon, which is No. 3. Ohio State came in at No. 4, which was not a surprise. Missouri is No. 5. The only other Big Ten teams in the standings: Michigan No. 22; Nebraska No. 24.
The latest college football polls were released Sunday, including the initial 2013 BCS standings. Three Big Ten teams are listed in the standings, led by Ohio State (7-0) at No. 4 overall.
The latest Coaches Poll was released Sunday, and Northwestern dropped out following a frustrating Week 7 loss to Wisconsin. Nebraska moved up to No. 21 in the Coaches Poll after a 44-7 blowout victory over Purdue, while Michigan dropped from No. 16 to No. 24 after that 43-40 loss to Penn State in 4OT.
Ohio State paces four Big Ten teams ranked in the latest Coaches Poll, released Sunday. The Buckeyes remain No. 3 following their comeback win Saturday night in Evanston, while Michigan (No. 16), Northwestern (No. 18) and Nebraska (No. 24) round out the Big Ten field. See the full poll in this post.
The latest Coaches Poll was released Sunday, and Ohio State remained No. 3 following its 31-24 victory over Wisconsin, which fell out of the poll. Northwestern comes in at No. 15, setting up a top-15 matchup Saturday night vs. the Buckeyes. Two other Big Ten teams are ranked in the poll: Michigan (No. 17); Nebraska (No. 25).
The latest Coaches Poll was released Sunday, and Wisconsin is listed at No. 24 after the Badgers cruised to a 41-10 victory over Purdue on Saturday. Meanwhile, Michigan State found itself on the outside looking in after the Spartans dropped a heartbreaking 17-13 decision at Notre Dame.