The Associated Press announced its 2016 Preseason Poll this morning and four Big Ten teams made the Top-25. Last year, Ohio State became the first ever unanimous No. 1, gathering all 61 votes.

For 2016, Alabama retains its No. 1 ranking after winning the national championship a year ago over Clemson. Clemson sits at No. 2 according to the AP, while Oklahoma, Florida State and LSU round out the top-five.

The highest ranked team for the Big Ten is Ohio State. The Buckeyes are currently ranked No. 6, while right behind them is Michigan at No. 7.

Michigan State falls just outside the Top-10 at No. 12, while the fourth and final Big Ten team ranked in the AP Preseason Poll is Iowa at No. 17.

The final AP rankings from a year ago look similar to the Preseason Poll for 2016. Ohio State finished at No. 4 with a 12-1 record, while Michigan State finished No. 16 at 12-2.

Iowa was also 12-2 overall but finished at No. 9 and Michigan sat at No. 12 with a 10-3 record. Wisconsin finished 2015 at No. 21 with a 10-3 record and Northwestern concluded its season at No. 23 with a 10-3 record as well, but both are outside the Top-25 heading into 2016.

Ohio State and Michigan each received one first-place vote apiece for the 2016 Preseason AP Poll. Alabama, at the top, received 33 votes and seven different teams received at least one vote. The SEC leads all conferences with six teams ranked.

The top-25 is as follows:

No. 1 Alabama
No. 2 Clemson
No. 3 Oklahoma
No. 4 Florida State
No. 5 LSU
No. 6 Ohio State
No. 7 Michigan
No. 8 Stanford
No. 9 Tennessee
No. 10 Notre Dame
No. 11 Ole Miss
No. 12 Michigan State
No. 13 TCU
No. 14 Washington
No. 15 Houston
No. 16 UCLA
No. 17 Iowa
No. 18 Georgia
No. 19 Louisville
No. 20 USC
No. 21 Oklahoma State
No. 22 North Carolina
No. 23 Baylor
No. 24 Oregon
No. 25 Florida

The AP’s list, which shows points, first-place votes and records for 2015 can be read here.