Six Big Ten teams are receiving votes in the latest Associated Press (AP), USA Today coaches' and Harris Interactive polls, including four top-25 programs. After a bye on Saturday, Ohio State held steady at No. 4 in the media vote and No. 3 in the coaches' tally while ranking No. 4 in the first Harris poll of the 2013 season. Nebraska rose three spots to No. 21 in the USA Today rankings, was rated No. 23 by Harris panelists and appeared just outside the top 25 at No. 27 in the AP poll. After suffering its first loss, Michigan appeared at No. 24 in the coaches' and Harris vote and just outside the top 25 at No. 26 in the media tally. Following a win over nationally ranked Northwestern, Wisconsin returned to the top 25 at No. 25 in the AP poll and received votes from the coaches and Harris voters. The Badgers are back in the top 25 for the sixth time in eight weeks this season and the first time since Sept. 22. Michigan State and Northwestern also received votes in the national polls.