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Michigan fans drop Wolverines three spots in latest SB Nation FanPulse poll for Week 2

The Maize n Brew readers have spoken with another barrage of changes all over this week’s Top 25.

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The latest batch of SB Nation FanPulse results are in after counting up your ballots from over the weekend on both this week’s top 25 and also your confidence in where the program is heading. It’s as easy as signing up here, and bang, the survey will come to you each week and you get to represent Maize n Brew and the Michigan community in the only weekly college football poll that now matters (editorializing here, admittedly).

Now that the second week of college football is behind us, the ballots from our network of readers are in with the second of the only top 25 that matters now that games have been played. Here are the national results from the second poll of the season.

The above graphic is from the compiled data of all of our team sites here on the SB Nation college network, but you guys got to represent us as a fanbase/site as well. Here is what our Maize n Brew readers’ ballot looked like from this week’s polling, which saw some major changes all across the board compared to last week’s poll.

  1. Clemson
  2. Alabama
  3. Georgia
  4. Oklahoma
  5. LSU (up one spot)
  6. Ohio State (down one spot)
  7. Florida (up four spots)
  8. Notre Dame
  9. Auburn (up one spot)
  10. Michigan (down three spots)
  11. Texas (down two spots)
  12. Utah (up two spots)
  13. Penn State (up two spots)
  14. Texas A&M (down two spots)
  15. Wisconsin (up one spot)
  16. Oregon (up two spots)
  17. Washington (down four spots)
  18. UCF (down one spot)
  19. Michigan State
  20. Iowa
  21. Iowa State (up three spots)
  22. Washington State
  23. Maryland (not ranked last week)
  24. Mississippi State (not ranked last week)
  25. Army (not ranked last week)

As far as how confident Michigan fans are after the close call vs. Army over the weekend, well, things could be better.

Michigan has a bye week now to not only clean up its mistakes, but also rebuild some goodwill with the fanbase, which is definitely not overreacting at all.

For those of you not familiar with this initiative and want to get involved, and please do, you can signup for the SB Nation FanPulse poll here. The surveys will go out once all of the games have concluded and the ballot is ready to roll.