ESPN released its power rankings after Week 2 of the 2018 season, and five B1G teams were included.

Ohio State comes in at No. 4 after a 52-3 win against Rutgers at home, the Buckeyes get their first big challenge of the year next Saturday when they play TCU at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. The only other B1G team in the power rankings is Wisconsin at No. 9, who beat New Mexico 45-14 on Saturday, and host BYU next to try to get to 3-0.

Penn State is put at No. 15 after the dominant 51-6 win over rivals Pitt, and host Kent State in Week 3. The other two B1G teams in the power rankings are Michigan and Maryland, coming in at No. 21 and N0. 24, respectively.

Michigan took care of Western Michigan 49-3, and a home game against SMU next, while Maryland ran all over Bowling Green to win 45-14, and host Temple in Week 3.

Michigan State fell out of ESPN’s power rankings after a 16-13 loss at Arizona State.