Michigan Breaks Top 4 in AP Top 25 Poll

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Michigan Breaks Top 4 in AP Top 25 Poll

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Michigan Breaks Top 4 in AP Top 25 Poll

On Sunday, Nov. 4, the Week 11 AP Top 25 Poll was released, and Michigan broke the top four, earning the No. 4 spot.

Due to LSU’s loss to No. 1 ranked Alabama, the Tigers dropped five spots to No. 9 – opening up a spot for the Wolverines in the top four.

Alabama remains No. 1, followed by Clemson, Notre Dame and Michigan. Georgia and Oklahoma both jumped a spot to No. 5 and No. 6, respectively. West Virginia climes five spots to No. 7.

Other Big Ten teams in the AP Top 25 include Ohio State (No. 8), Penn State (No. 21) and Michigan State (No. 24). The Nittany Lions fell seven spots due to their 42-7 loss to the Wolverines.

Here is a full rankings of the Amway Coaches Poll after Week Ten:

1. Alabama
2. Clemson
3. Notre Dame
4. Michigan
5. Georgia
6. Oklahoma
7. West Virginia
8. Ohio State
9. LSU
10. Washington State
11. UCF
12. Kentucky
13. Syracuse
14. Utah State
15. Texas
16. Fresno State
17. Boston College
18. Mississippi State
19. Florida
20. Washington
21. Penn State
22. North Carolina State
23. Iowa State
24. Michigan State
25. Cincinnati

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