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Ohio State ranked No. 2 in the latest AP and Coaches Polls

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NCAA Football: Indiana at Ohio State Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

The Ohio State Buckeyes had some trouble through three quarters, but were able to hold off the Indiana Hoosiers Saturday for a 38-17 win. The win kept the Buckeyes at the No. 2 spot in the latest AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll.

The Buckeyes are down to just two first-place votes in the AP Poll after having six last week. Michigan came in at No. 4 yet again this week, with Wisconsin moving up to No. 8, and Nebraska at No. 10.

Urban Meyer’s team had some trouble in the passing attack. J.T. Barrett had just 93 yards through the air, but windy conditions likely had a lot to do with that.

It was fine, though, as the Buckeyes ground attack more than made up for the lack of passing. Barrett, Mike Weber, and Curtis Samuel combined for 290 rushing yards, with Barrett leading the way at 137.

This upcoming week, the Buckeyes will travel to Madison to face the Wisconsin Badgers, who have had a pretty good year and played Michigan close a couple of weeks ago.

The entire AP Poll, with Coaches to come shortly:

AP (previous if different) Coaches S&P+ Massey
1 Alabama Alabama

Alabama

Michigan
2 Ohio State Ohio State Michigan Alabama
3 Clemson Clemson Ohio State Clemson
4 Michigan Michigan Clemson Ohio State
5 Washington Washington (6) Louisville Texas A&M
6 Texas A&M (8) Texas A&M (7) Oklahoma Washington
7 Louisville Louisville (8) Washington Louisville
8 Wisconsin (11) Baylor (11) LSU Tennessee
9 Tennessee Nebraska (12) Florida State Wisconsin
10 Nebraska (12) Wisconsin (13) Florida Boise State
11 Baylor (13) Tennessee (11) Ole Miss Houston
12 Ole Miss (14) Houston (12) Auburn Florida State
13 Houston (6) Ole Miss (13) Texas A&M Virginia Tech
14 Florida State (23) Florida (18) Miami Nebraska
15 Boise State (19) Boise State (19) Tennessee WMU
16 Miami (10) Florida State (21) Baylor Ole Miss
17 Virginia Tech (25) Miami (10) Penn State West Virginia
18 Florida West Virginia (20) USC Miami
19 Oklahoma (20) Virginia Tech (31) Virginia Tech Auburn
20 West Virginia (22) Oklahoma (22) Houston Stanford
21 Utah (24) Utah (24) UCLA Florida
22 Arkansas (16) Arkansas (17) BYU Baylor
23 Auburn (NR) WMU (25) TCU WSU
24 WMU (NR) Arizona State (36) Nebraska LSU
25 Navy (NR) LSU (26) Wisconsin Oklahoma