Ohio State remains fourth in the Associated Press top 25. The Buckeyes are behind Alabama, Oregon and Clemson. Alabama took 55 of 60 first-place votes with the other five going to Oregon.
Michigan (No. 18) and Northwestern (No. 19) were the only other Big Ten teams in the top 25.
The gang over at PollSpeak broke down how the voters ranked Ohio State. The Buckeyes received rankings as high as No. 2 and as low as No. 8.
In the latest USA Today coaches' poll, Ohio State comes in third behind Alabama and Oregon. They are just ahead of Clemson. The Buckeyes didn't receive any first-place votes in the USA Today poll. Alabama received 57, Oregon had two and Clemson had one.
Michigan at No. 16, Northwestern at No. 18 and Nebraska at No. 24 were the other Big Ten teams in the top 25.
Incidentally, at 6-0, Ohio State is the only team in college football currently eligible for a bowl game.