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Michigan finishes as the No. 1 unanimous team in the final AP Poll

Michigan was followed by Washington, Texas and Georgia.

2024 CFP National Championship - Michigan v Washington Photo by Aaron J. Thornton/Getty Images
Jacob Singer Jake Singer is a junior at the University of Michigan majoring in Political Science. He is a Michigan Football and Basketball Writer for SB Nation's Maize and Brew

After winning the National Championship on Monday night, the Michigan Wolverines were voted unanimously at No. 1 in the final Associated Press Top-25 Poll of the 2023 season.

The Wolverines defeated the Washington Huskies (who came in at No. 2), 34-13, to win their first National Championship in 26 years.

Michigan received all 61 first-place votes. Following the Wolverines are Washington, Texas, Georgia and Alabama. Despite coming in second, No. 2 was the best finish for the Huskies in the AP Poll since 1991.

Florida State and Oregon tied for sixth, with the Seminoles losing 63-3 against the Bulldogs in the Orange Bowl, and the Ducks blowing out Liberty, 45-6.

Missouri, Ole Miss and Ohio State rounded out the top-10. No. 10 is the worst final ranking for the Buckeyes since placing fifth in 2013.

The remaining teams are as follows:

11. Arizona

12. LSU

13. Penn State

14. Notre Dame

15. Oklahoma

16. Oklahoma State

17. Tennessee

18. Kansas State

19. Louisville

20. Clemson

21. NC State

22. SMU

23. Kansas

24. Iowa

25. Liberty

Michigan can now claim to be the best team in the country in all facets, winning the National Championship and placing No. 1 in the AP Poll to finish the season.