Indiana received one (1) vote in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll released Sunday afternoon.
The vote came from Don Williams, Texas Tech reporter for the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, who placed IU at No. 25 on his ballot.
It’s the first time since Week 1 that the Hoosiers have appeared in the “Others” category of the AP poll — they picked up 19 votes in the poll released Aug. 24. Sunday’s reappearance comes after Indiana made it through another week with an unblemished record.
Five Big Ten programs landed inside the top 25, including No. 9 Penn State, IU’s season-opening opponent. Ohio State is ranked sixth, Wisconsin is ranked No. 16, Michigan is No. 20 and Minnesota is No. 25. Iowa also picked up 26 votes.
Here’s the full top 25:
- Notre Dame
- Ohio State
- North Carolina
- Penn State
- Oklahoma State
- Virginia Tech
- Texas A&M
- Iowa State
Others receiving votes: Kansas State 142, USC 115, Mississippi State 112, UCF 112, TCU 97, Marshall 49, Tulsa 46, Utah 30, Iowa 26, Coastal Carolina 25, Oklahoma 20, North Carolina State 18, Ole Miss 18, UAB 15, Army 14, West Virginia 13, Memphis 12, Arkansas 11, Pittsburgh 7, Virginia 5, Arizona State 5, Washington 4, Air Force 4, Indiana 1.