Week 4 of the college football season is in the books and provided plenty of storylines heading into the rest of the season.
Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines entered the 2019 season as favorites to win the Big Ten. Now it looks like the Wolverines might not even finish in the top-three in the conference.
Ohio State is now the overwhelming favorite to win the Big Ten, even over a Wisconsin program that just dominated Michigan and sits undefeated on the season.
After four weeks of action, college football fans are finally getting a clear picture on what teams have what it takes to compete for a conference title.
ESPN released a new Football Power Index which reveals which teams have the best chance to win their respective conference.
ACC: Clemson, 92.2 percent
Big 12: Oklahoma, 69.9 percent
Big Ten: Ohio State, 56.8 percent
Pac-12: Oregon, 58.4 percent
SEC: Alabama, 47.8 percent
Clemson is nearly a lock to take home the ACC this season with no legitimate contenders in the conference.
Alabama has Georgia looming on the other side of the SEC. The Bulldogs took down a solid Notre Dame program this weekend and looks like a College Football Playoff contender once again.
As for the Pac-12, it's up in the air.
Check back for updated conference win percentages after Week 5.