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Six Big Ten Teams Land In Week Four Polls

Where did the league land in the rankings?

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The AP and USA Today Coaches’ polls were released on Monday for week four of the season and six Big Ten teams were fortunate enough to make the cut. While the league has not be particularly well regarded so far this year, it did have a solid representation.

Here is where the Big Ten landed:

Week Four AP Poll:

  • No. 7 - Michigan
  • No. 9 - Michigan State
  • No. 14 - Iowa
  • No. 16 - Ohio State
  • No. 19 - Purdue
  • No. 22 - Wisconsin
  • No. 24 - Maryland
  • Receiving Votes: Indiana (31st); Minnesota (35th); Nebraska (39th)

Week Four USA Today Coaches’ Poll

  • No. 5 - Michigan
  • No. 8 - Michigan State
  • No. 15 - Iowa
  • No. 16 - Ohio State
  • No. 18 - Purdue
  • No. 22 - Wisconsin
  • Receiving Votes: Maryland (26th); Minnesota (33rd); Nebraska (39th); Indiana (43rd)

There’s little debating that this was a huge performance for the Big Ten. The league had six teams make the top 25 in the AP Poll and three others receive votes. This harkens back to those loaded years for the Big Ten in 2013 and 2014. And right now, it looks like fans could be in for another huge season for the conference.

Either way, BTPowerhouse will continue to keep fans posted moving forward.