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Michigan slides in both polls after close call vs. Army

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Michigan won, but moves down in the rankings after needing double overtime to get past Army.

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It wasn’t supposed to be this close, according to Vegas odds that favored Michigan by over 20 points against Army. The Wolverines squeaked out the win in double overtime 24-21 over the Black Knights, who gave Michigan all they had and came in to the Big House with the second longest win streak in the country behind Clemson.

The latest polls are out after week two and the Wolverines saw movement in the polls, along with others in Big Ten.

The first poll of Sunday to come out is the Coaches Poll from USA Today, where Michigan is ranked No. 10, down three spots from last week. Here is the full link to the rest of the rankings.

The AP Poll was released shortly after and also had the Wolverines sliding back to No. 10 after the contest. Here is where the rest of the Big Ten came in in the AP Poll rankings with six teams inside the top 20:

5. Ohio State

10. Michigan

12. Penn State

13. Wisconsin

17. Michigan State

18. Iowa

Where would you put Michigan after week two? Sound off!