Four Big Ten teams are ranked among the top 25 in the latest Associated Press (AP), USA Today coaches or Harris Interactive polls. After wrapping up an unbeaten season, Ohio State held steady at No. 4 in the AP vote to lead all Big Ten schools. Nebraska, Northwestern and Michigan also appear among the top 25 in all three polls. The Cornhuskers are rated No. 14 by the media and No. 13 by the coaches and Harris voters after concluding a 10-2 regular season and earning a berth in the Big Ten Football Championship Game. The Wolverines are rated No. 21 in the AP, No. 23 in the Harris and No. 24 in the USA Today polls while the Wildcats are ranked No. 20 by the coaches, No. 21 by Harris voters and No. 22 by the media. Penn State also received votes in the AP poll.