The Michigan Wolverines have learned their latest fate among voters in the AP and Coaches Polls on Sunday, where they come in at the No. 14 spot in both polls after a week of being inactive.
These are not the “definitive” polls now that the College Football Playoff is weighing in each week and shaping the postseason race, but the polls are what they are.
The Big Ten has seven teams ranked in the top 25 and the latest to enter the mix is Indiana, who the Wolverines will play on the road on Nov. 23.
Big Ten Teams in the AP Top 25
No. 2 Ohio State
No. 7 Minnesota
No. 9 Penn State
No. 14 Michigan
No. 15 Wisconsin
No. 23 Iowa
No. 24 Indiana.
Michigan takes on Michigan State next week at home in a noon kickoff at the Big House. The Wolverines are set as 12-point favorites.