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Indiana Top-10 AP Team, Joins Ohio State

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After opening weekend, the Big Ten features the most ranked teams of any conference

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Just in time for their game against the Michigan State Spartans Indiana cracks the top-10 for the first time since Sept. 22, 1969. The Hoosiers rank No. 10 in both the AP and Coaches Polls.


AP Poll

Michigan State received votes last week in both the AP and Coaches, but understandably did not this week. Wisconsin lost ground after two straight weeks out due to a COVID-19 outbreak, but Northwestern entered the poll for the first time.

Full AP Results:

  1. Alabama (59 first-place votes)
  2. Notre Dame (2)
  3. Ohio State Buckeyes (1)
  4. Clemson
  5. Texas A&M
  6. Florida
  7. Cincinnati
  8. BYU
  9. Miami
  10. Indiana Hoosiers
  11. Oregon
  12. Georiga
  13. Wisconsin Badgers
  14. Oklahoma State
  15. Coastal Carolina
  16. Marshall
  17. Iowa State
  18. Oklahoma
  19. SMU
  20. USC
  21. Texas
  22. Liberty
  23. Northwestern Wildcats
  24. Auburn
  25. Louisiana

Others Receiving Votes:

North Carolina 85; Army 54; Tulsa 47; Utah 33; Washington 21; Arizona State 11; Purdue Boilermakers 8; Wake Forest 6; Boise State 5; Appalachian State 5; Maryland Terrapins 3; California 3; Nevada 1.


Amway Coaches Poll

The Big Ten still features four teams in the Coaches Poll after having five following Week One.

Full Coaches Poll Results:

  1. Alabama
  2. Notre Dame
  3. Ohio State
  4. Clemson
  5. Florida
  6. Texas A&M
  7. Cincinnati
  8. BYU
  9. Miami
  10. Indiana
  11. Georgia
  12. Oregon
  13. Oklahoma State
  14. Wisconsin
  15. Marshall
  16. Iowa State
  17. Coastal Carolina
  18. Oklahoma
  19. SMU
  20. USC
  21. Auburn
  22. Liberty
  23. Northwestern
  24. Texas
  25. Army

Dropped From The Rankings:

No. 23 Boise State; No. 24 North Carolina; No. 25 Michigan.

Others Receiving Votes:

North Carolina 174; UL Lafayette 81; Utah 45; Purdue 43; Appalachian State 25; Arkansas 23; Missouri 18; Wake Forest 15; Boston College 15; Memphis 12; Kentucky 12; Tulsa 11; Maryland 10; Tennessee 6; Nevada 5; Michigan 5; San Jose State 4; Kansas State 4; Boise State 4; Virginia Tech 2.

Seriously? What coach voted for Michigan in this poll, and can we revoke their voting privileges for the rest of the season now?