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Michigan ends regular season in top 20 of AP, Coaches polls

Michigan falls in both polls after home loss to OSU.

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After suffering yet another horrendous loss to Ohio State, Michigan ends the regular season inside the top 20 in both the AP and Coaches polls.

The Wolverines fell to No. 17 in the AP and No. 18 in the Coaches Poll. The Buckeyes remained at No. 2 in both the AP Poll and the Coaches Poll.

The top 10 of the AP, in order, are LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, Georgia, Utah, Oklahoma, Florida, Baylor, Alabama and Wisconsin.

At 9-3 and a consensus top 20 team in the country, Michigan will have a chance to get 10 wins for the fourth time in the Jim Harbaugh era, and maybe even have a top 12 finish, depending on how the other teams ahead of them do in the bowl season.

Full Big Ten rankings in the AP:

No. 2: OSU

No. 10: Wisconsin

No. 12: Penn State

No. 15: Minnesota

No. 17: Michigan

No. 18: Iowa