After a week in which four top-10 teams fell, both the media and coaches polls were announced today and featured major changes, including four Big Ten teams among the top 25 and two more teams receiving votes in at least one of the rankings. Iowa made the biggest move among conference teams, reappearing in the rankings for the first time since the preseason poll by rocketing from unranked to No. 13 in the Associated Press (AP) poll and No. 17 in the USA Today coaches' poll. Ohio State moved back into the top 10 in both polls, rated ninth by both the media and coaches. Following its loss to the Hawkeyes, Penn State dropped to 15th in the AP poll and 13th in the coaches rankings. Michigan remained among the top 25 at No. 22 in the media ratings and No. 20 in the coaches rankings. Wisconsin is receiving votes in both polls while Minnesota also received votes from the coaches.
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