Where did Michigan State land in the Big Ten preseason football media poll?

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The Big Ten football media professionals have once again weighed in on who will win the conference this year.

For a 12th straight year, Cleveland.com has released their annual Big Ten preseason media poll that tasks nearly 40 writers with predicting where each team will finish in the conference this year. Each writer was asked to vote 1-7 in both divisions, with first-place votes worth seven points, second-place votes worth six and so on.

By no surprise, Ohio State is the unanimous selection to win the Big Ten but where did Michigan State come in?

Check out the results from this year’s poll below:

WEST - 1. Wisconsin

246 points (31 first-place votes)

2. Iowa

198 points (3 first-place votes)

3. Minnesota

162 points (2 first-place votes)

4. Purdue

153 points

5. Nebraska

123 points

6. Illinois

65 points

7. Northwestern

61 points

EAST - 1. Ohio State

252 points (36 first-place votes)

2. Michigan

203 points

3. Penn State

169 points

4. Michigan State

162 points

5. Maryland

104 points

6. Rutgers

60 points

7. Indiana

58 points

Big Ten Championship Game

Ohio State over Wisconsin (31)

Ohio State over Iowa (3)

Ohio State over Minnesota (2)

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