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Michigan football remains in top-five of AP Poll following bye week

The Wolverines stick in the same spot.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 15 Penn State at Michigan Photo by Joe Robbins/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Following a week off — or as Jim Harbaugh likes to call it, “Improvement Week” — the Michigan Wolverines remain at No. 4 in the latest edition of the AP Poll.

There wasn’t a whole lot of shakeups this week in the AP Poll, as the only top-10 teams to lose on Saturday were Ole Miss at LSU and UCLA at Oregon. The Rebels dropped eight spots — the biggest drop this week — to No. 15 overall after the loss. The Bruins dropped three spots to No. 12.

The top-10 of the poll, in order, are Georgia, Ohio State, Tennessee, Michigan, Clemson, Alabama, TCU, Oregon, Oklahoma State and USC.

Penn State (No. 13) and Illinois (No. 17) are the other teams ranked in the Big Ten. Maryland also received eight votes — somehow — after beating a one-win Northwestern team by just one touchdown.

Michigan returns to the Big House this Saturday to take on Mel Tucker’s fighting NFTs under the lights in primetime on ABC.