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Michigan ranked No. 7 in the Associated Press All-Time College Football poll

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Ohio State rolled in at No. 1 in the Associated Press All-Time poll.

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The Associated Press released it All-Time AP College Football Poll on Tuesday and Michigan rolled in at No. 7 in the rankings.

In the Big Ten Conference, Ohio State claimed the top position at No. 1, Nebraska came in at No. 6, Penn State at No. 12, Michigan State at 19, Wisconsin at No. 24 and Iowa is ranked No. 25.

During a span of 80 years and 1,103 polls, teams were awarded one point for getting ranked, two points for the No. 1 overall raking and 10 points for winning the AP title.

The Wolverines have made 806 total appearances on the AP poll in that span, have 34 No. 1 rankings and two AP national championships to give the team 894 points.

AP All-Time College Football Poll
1. Ohio State (1,112 points)
2. Oklahoma (1,055 points)
3. Notre Dame (1,042 points)
4. Alabama (993 points)
5. Southern California (974 points)
6. Nebraska (901 points)
7. Michigan (894 points)
8. Texas (822 points)
9. Florida State (714 points)
10. Florida (674 points)
11. LSU (655 points)
12. Penn State (647 points)
13. Miami (642 points)
14. Tennessee (624 points)
15. Georgia (572 points)
16. Auburn (570 points)
17. UCLA (535 points)
18. Texas A&M (447 points)
19. Michigan State (443 points)
20. Washington (430 points)
21. Arkansas (412 points)
22. Clemson (411 points)
23. Pittsburgh (356 points)
24. Wisconsin (336 points)
25. Iowa (329 points)