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Michigan falls out of top 10 in AP Poll after bye week

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Michigan moves down the AP Poll while being idle.

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The slate of games in week three of college football didn’t look great on paper with no ranked matchups, but we still had several upsets and close finishes.

The latest AP Poll is out after three teams ranked lost to unranked opponents there was some movement, especially in the Big Ten.

Michigan fell out of the top 10 for the first time in 2019, falling one spot to No. 11 overall.

Big Ten in the AP Top 25

No. 6 Ohio State

No. 11 Michigan

No. 13 Penn State

No. 13 Wisconsin

No. 18 Iowa

You read correctly — both Wisconsin and Penn State are No. 13 this week. It doesn’t happen often, but they had the same amount of voting points to make it happen.

With the bye week, Wolverine fans were keeping a close watch on Maryland, Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan State, and two of those teams lost. The Spartans fell to Arizona State 10-7 after missing three field goals, and Maryland lost 20-17 after a strong goal line stand by Temple.

Tune in to Maize n Brew all week leading up to the showdown against Wisconsin for the latest news and notes.