There's Nebraska, No. 9 in both polls despite a loss to No. 17 coaches/No. 19 AP Wisconsin. The Badgers fell because of a loss to Ohio State, unranked but receiving votes, and Nebraska sprang forward after taking down No. 15 AP/No. 16 coaches Michigan State. And then there are Michigan (No. 13 in both polls) and Penn State (No. 15 coaches/No. 16 AP), just sort of hanging out in the middle of the teens.
That's five ranked Big Ten teams, none higher than No. 9 nor lower than No. 19. If that doesn't sound like a conference with no dominant team to you, you should probably check your ears.
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