After the eighth weekend of college football, the media, coaches and Harris polls were announced today with four Big Ten teams receiving votes, including two programs among the top 10 in the country. Off to the first 8-0 start in school history, Iowa remains the conference's highest-rated team, ranking seventh in the Associated Press poll and eighth in the USA Today coaches and Harris Interactive polls. The Hawkeyes actually earned one first-place vote from a Harris voter, but dropped one slot from seventh to eighth. Penn State also cracked the top 10 in two of three polls, moving up one slot in all three rankings to 10th in the coaches and Harris poll and 11th in the media voting. Ohio State also improved in all three rankings, jumping two spots to 15th in the USA Today and Harris polls and climbing one slot to 17th in the Associated Press top 25. Wisconsin also received votes in all three polls, appearing 28th in the USA Today coaches poll, 29th in the Harris Interactive voting and 30th in the AP poll.
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