SiriusXM Big Ten Radio’s Football Power Rankings – Week Two

Pete Pistone and the rest of the SiriusXM Big Ten Radio team will unveil “Power Rankings” each week of the college football season. Check out their Week 4 “Power Rankings” below, and start listening to SiriusXM Big Ten Radio (Ch. 372) on the SiriusXM app now.

Here’s how the SXM Big Ten Radio team voted to shape this week’s edition of the “Power Rankings” after the second week of the season.

  1. OHIO STATE 

Arkansas State as expected didn’t have much for the Buckeyes as Ohio State cruises into week number three.

NEXT: Saturday vs. Toledo

  1. MICHIGAN

J.J. McCarthy looks to have made his case as the Wolverines’ quarterback with a more than impressive performance over Hawaii.

NEXT: Saturday vs. UConn

  1. MICHIGAN STATE 

Spartans held serve at home with a blowout over Akron and maintain their spot near the top of the rankings.

NEXT: Saturday at Washington

  1. PENN STATE 

A blow out win over Ohio at home sets the table for an important road game at Auburn this week.

NEXT: Saturday at Auburn

  1. MINNESOTA 

If you’re keeping score at home Minnesota has outscored its first two opponents of the season 62-10.

NEXT: Saturday vs. Colorado

  1. MARYLAND 

More big offense for the Terrapins in a 56-21 rout against Charlotte.

NEXT: Saturday vs. SMU

  1. PURDUE

Indiana State suffered the wrath of a frustrated Purdue team that had lost its second opener to Penn State.

NEXT: Saturday at Syracuse

  1. RUTGERS 

A big time roll over Wagner 66-7 has Rutgers poised to possibly start the year 3-0 if they can beat Temple this week.

NEXT: Saturday at Temple

  1. INDIANA 

The Hoosiers are 2-0 thanks to a second half comeback against Idaho.

NEXT: Saturday vs. Western Kentucky

  1. ILLINOIS 

Big Fighting Illini defense helped Illinois get revenge against Virginia after their loss to the Cavaliers a year ago.

NEXT: Saturday vs. Chattanooga

  1. IOWA 

The Hawkeyes scored second points for the second straight week but this time it wasn’t enough to beat Iowa State.

NEXT: Saturday vs. Nevada

  1. WISCONSIN

A loss to Washington State at home in Camp Randall was an early season slap in the face for Badger fans.

NEXT: Saturday vs. New Mexico State

13. NORTHWESTERN

The Wildcats did their best to catch-up to Duke after falling behind but the comeback ended on a potential game winning touchdown fumbled in the end zone.

NEXT:  Saturday vs. Southern Illinois

14. NEBRASKA 

If you were wondering how long the Scott Frost not living up to expectations story could go on the answer came in a loss to Georgia Southern.

NEXT: Saturday vs. Oklahoma

 

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