staff, September 25, 2011

Following an 8-2 week, the Big Ten added a fifth team to the latest Coaches' Poll, released Sunday. See both major polls here. Illinois makes its season debut in the poll, at No. 22, one week after being left out following its win over then-No. 18 Arizona State. No. 7 Wisconsin and No. 8 Nebraska headline the Big Ten, setting up a remarkable Big Ten opener between the two schools Saturday in Madison. Michigan (No. 19) and Michigan State (No. 25) round out the Big Ten representatives.

Catch up on all the Week 4 results and stats on our Big Ten scoreboard. Want game recaps? Our Rapid Recaps page is just for you. Don?t forget to check out our Marines: Leaders of the Week, spotlighting the Big Ten?s top wide receiver performances, and Brent Yarina?s Week 4 Recap and latest power rankings. Also, take a look at the latest Big Ten standings before conference play starts.

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*In the original edition of this post, it was incorrectly reported that Michigan State entered the Coaches' Poll this week.