For what it's worth, here are the projected final Big Ten standings based on the Torvik Model:
Michigan State, 14-4
Ohio State, 14-4
Penn St., 4-14
As always, the unbalanced Big Ten schedule plays a role here. For example, Wisconsin benefits greatly by not having to play road games against Michigan St. or Ohio State (the best teams in the conference, according to the Model), and getting relatively easy road games at Penn State and Nebraska instead. As a result, the Model actually has Wisconsin favored to win 17 out of their 18 games (all except at Michigan).
Just to reiterate, this does not reflect my subjective opinions (although I must say I don't have a lot of argument with it).