1. Ohio State
2. Michigan (3-2, 1-0), Last Week - 4: Head coach Brady Hoke has always maintained that U-M's goal every year is to win the Big Ten championship, and the Wolverines looked like a different team in the first game of the conference slate.
U-M shut down Purdue's offense, which was averaging 51.0 point per game at Ross-Ade Stadium, and senior quarterback Denard Robinson (105 passing yards, 235 rushing yards) was efficient and effective - proving that he remains one of the most dangerous players in the nation.
Much is yet to be learned about the competitive Legends Division at this point, but after two weeks of conference play, the Maize and Blue look to be the favorite.
3. Penn State
5. Michigan State
12. Illinois (2-4, 0-2): Tim Beckman's squad is easily the worst team in the conference.
Over the Illini's past four games against FBS foes, they have not scored much (14.8 points per game), and cannot stop anybody (40.8 points allowed per game).
The Orange and Blue have dropped its last eight conference contests dating back to 2011, and I don't see that trend changing any time soon.
I'm not sure if I buy into all of this Penn State hype yet. The rest of the rankings don't look too far off.