Moments ago, the Amway Coaches Poll for Week 2 was released. And unsurprisingly, the Big Ten has five teams listed in the top 25 rankings — four coming in the top 10.

Ohio State leads the conference at No. 4, moving one spot up after destroying Bowling Green by 67 points in the opener. Michigan moved up two spots to No. 6 after doing much of the same to Hawai’i, Michigan State somehow jumped three spots to No. 8 after sneaking past FCS Furman, Iowa rose five spots to No. 10 after handling Miami (Oh.), and Wisconsin made a Lambeau Leap from unranked (No. 27) to the 16th spot for beating then-No. 5 LSU.

Nebraska is the only other Big Ten team to receive any acknowledgement, receiving 37 votes. (That places the Huskers at No. 31 overall, which is fair.)

Here are the complete rankings:

1. Alabama
2. Clemson
3. Florida State
4. Ohio State
5. Stanford
6. Michigan
7. Houston
8. Michigan State
9. Georgia
10. Iowa
11. Washington
12. TCU
13. Oklahoma
14. Tennessee
15. Louisville
16. Wisconsin
17. Oklahoma State
18. Ole Miss
19. Baylor
20. Texas
21. Notre Dame
22. LSU
23. Oregon
24. Texas A&M
25. Florida