The Penn State University football program, which earned a 20-14 victory over Ohio State University Saturday in a Big 10 contest in Columbus, OH, was rewarded Sunday with a jump in the latest USA Today/Coaches Poll standings. The Nittany Lions (9-2, 6-1), which were ranked No. 21 in last week's polls, jumped up to No. 19.
PSU, which will try and win the league's Leaders Division title next Saturday at the University of Wisconsin (No. 12 in the AP poll, are the fourth-highest ranked Big 10 school. Michigan State University is ranked No. 10, while the University of Michigan is No. 16. The University of Nebraska, which sits at No. 22, is the fifth-best ranked Big 10 school.
Overall, Lousiana State University remains at No. 1, while the University of Alabama is No. 2. The University of Arkansas, Virginia Tech and Stanford University round out the top five, respectively.
Here’s the complete USA Today's Top 25: