ESPN’s FPI is updating the B1G title picture coming out of Week 11, and the odds have seen a shift from where things stood a week ago.

Coming out of Week 10, Ohio State was the B1G favorite with Michigan trailing as the next-closest team in the FPI. Penn State was still alive in the odds last week with Iowa and Wisconsin battling it out for the B1G West.

However, after Week 11, those odds have been flipped around. Coming out of the road win over Penn State, Michigan is now the FPI’s favorite to 3-peat in the league with over a 50% shot to win the championship. Meanwhile, the Nittany Lions have been eliminated from the picture with their second conference loss.

As for Ohio State, the Buckeyes are now below 40% to win the league title after sitting above 50% for much of the season. While Ohio State dipped in the odds, Ryan Day’s program is still undefeated and most recently beat Michigan State 38-3.

Iowa — after clinching a share of the B1G West — is the only team from the West with any notable odds, but the Hawkeyes are a longshot at this point. Here is how the FPI updates the B1G race through Week 11:

  • Michigan — 53%
  • Ohio State — 39.6%
  • Iowa — 7.1%

Michigan has been the betting favorite in the Big Ten Championship odds all season long and maintains that spot moving into Week 12. We’ll see if Ohio State can upset those odds and buck the two-year trend in The Game when Week 13 rolls around.