Big Ten Poll Watch: Week 6

Minnesota is solidly in the Top 25 - no matter what Dave Borges says.

Minnesota is solidly in the Top 25 – no matter what Dave Borges says.

It’s the return of Big Ten Poll Watch – our weekly look at which voters voted for which Big Ten teams in the AP Top 25.

There’s nothing too egregious in this week’s watch, other than the New Haven Register’s Dave Borges failing to include Minnesota on his ballot.

Indiana (No. 1)

  • Best: No. 1 (44 times)
  • Worst: No. 2 (20 times)
  • Most common: No. 1 (44 times)
  • Full report here.

Michigan (No. 3)

  • Best: No. 2 (Cormac Gordon, Fletcher Mackel)
  • Worst: No. 7 (C.L. Brown, Kevin Dunleavy)
  • Most common: No. 3 (42 times)
  • Full report here.

Ohio State (No. 7)

  • Best: No. 4 (Kevin Dunleavy, Ron Morris, Ryan Thorburn)
  • Worst: No. 10 (Geoff Grammer, Chuck Carlton, Steve Wiseman)
  • Most common: No. 7 (21 times)
  • Full report here.

Illinois (No. 10)

  • Best: No. 8 (Bob Holt, Eric Sprott, Mark Berman, Paul Zeise, Percy Allen)
  • Worst: No. 14 (Fletcher Mackel, Geoff Grammer)
  • Most common: No. 10 (22 times)
  • Full report here.

Minnesota (No. 13)

  • Best: No. 10 (Dick Weiss)
  • Worst: Unranked (Dave Borges)
  • Most common: No. 14 (14 times)
  • Full report here.

Michigan State (No. 19)

  • Best: No. 13 (Joe Juliano)
  • Worst: Unranked (Bob Holt, Bret Strelow, Chuck Carlton, Dick Vitale, Ed Graney, Hugh Kellenberger, Jason Smith, Marcus Jackson, Matt Vautour, Scott Wolf, Steve Wiseman)
  • Most common: No. 19 (12 times)
  • Full report here.
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