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No. 6 Ohio State paces Big Ten in latest AP poll

Ohio State continues to pace the Big Ten in the latest AP poll, released Sunday. The Buckeyes, fresh off downing Indiana in its Big Ten opener, remain No. 6, while Maryland, which debuted in the poll last week, and Michigan State drop out of the poll.

Big Ten Power Rankings: Dave Wannstedt's post-Week 2 list

There's a new No. 1 and a reshuffled top 5 in BTN analyst Dave Wannstedt's latest Big Ten Power Rankings. The new top team: Ohio State, followed by Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan, the No. 1 in each of the first two installments. 

Antoine Winfield Jr., three first-time winners claim Week 2 Big Ten honors

The Big Ten office released its Week 2 superlative winners Monday morning, and three of the four names are first-time honorees. Antoine Winfield Jr., the lone repeat winner of the group, claimed his second career defensive honor for his game-ending interception in Minnesota's double-overtime win at Fresno State.

No. 21 Maryland debuts in latest AP Poll

There are seven Big Ten teams ranked in the latest AP poll, released Sunday afternoon, for the third straight week. This week, however, the seventh team is a new one, as Maryland, fresh off a second consecutive rout, this time a 63-20 win over Syracuse, debuts at No. 21.

Watch Big Ten teams celebrate Week 2 wins

Eleven Big Ten teams were victorious in Week 2, including Iowa winning the first conference game of the season, and here's a glimpse into how each celebrated its win.

Big Ten Power Rankings: Dave Wannstedt's post-Week 1 list

Dave Wannstedt ranked the Big Ten East and West teams, 1-7, for his preseason power rankings. This week, following Week 1 action, and for the rest of the year, Coach will rank the teams, 1-14. Here's how he sees them entering Week 2.

@BTNStatsGuys: Breaking down the 2019 preseason AP poll

No conference fares better in the preseason AP poll, released Monday, than the Big Ten. Seven Big Ten teams are ranked, one more than the SEC, the conference's most in the preseason poll since 2000. It also had seven teams ranked during the 2003 season.