Here's who they're taking in the Big Ten.
We're three weeks into the 2017 college football season.
Who's going to win the Big Ten?
Ohio State was the heavy favorite entering the season, but after the Buckeyes' showing against Oklahoma, has that changed? Will Penn State or Michigan or Wisconsin or someone else take advantage?
Here's who ESPN's Mel Kiper and Todd McShay are picking. They disagree.
McShay: Penn State
Behind Saquon Barkley's running and an improved defense, Penn State is my pick here. Trace McSorley is underrated and keeps improving. I like his mobility and playmaking skills. You can't count out Ohio State, and I'd take Michigan as a potential sleeper if Wilton Speight were playing better.
Kiper: Ohio State
I'm sticking with my preseason pick, though this is the toughest conference to predict because Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State and Wisconsin all look like legitimate contenders. I do think the Badgers will take the Big Ten West, so let's focus on the East. Ohio State gets Penn State at home, Michigan on the road and doesn't have to face the Badgers. Michigan has to travel to Penn State and Wisconsin and plays Ohio State at home. Penn State gets Michigan at home but has Ohio State on the road (and doesn't face Wisconsin). So the schedule favors the Buckeyes slightly. And they have enough talent to beat any team in the country if they're on.
You can view their full picks here.