Michigan football moves up in AP Top 25 Week 9 poll

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Michigan football didn’t move up in the USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll. Would could it maybe in the AP Top 25?

There was sure to be some movement below the Wolverines as No. 7 Penn State lost to unranked Illinois in nine overtimes and Oklahoma State lost to Iowa State. That also means that the former No. 9 Michigan State — the Wolverines’ next opponent — was due to move up just behind Michigan.

In the latest AP Top 25, Michigan football stood pat, staying at No. 6 while MSU moved up to No. 8, ensuring the biggest matchup in college football in Week 9.

List

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Rankings

Rank

School

Pvs

Pts

1.

Georgia (7-0)

1

1,575

2.

Cincinnati (7-0)

2

1,477

3.

Alabama (7-1)

4

1,417

4.

Oklahoma (8-0)

3

1,383

5.

Ohio State (6-1)

5

1,311

6.

Michigan (7-0)

6

1,270

7.

Oregon

10

1,165

8.

Michigan State (7-0)

9

1,160

9.

Iowa (6-1)

11

1,035

10.

Ole Miss (6-1)

12

1,034

11.

Notre Dame (6-1)

13

922

12.

Kentucky (6-1)

15

849

13.

Wake Forest (7-0)

16

801

14.

Texas A&M (6-2)

17

700

15.

Oklahoma State (6-1)

8

682

16.

Baylor (6-1)

20

513

17.

Pitt (6-1)

23

510

18

Auburn (5-2)

19

481

19.

SMU (7-0)

21

471

20.

Penn State (5-2)

7

471

21.

San Diego State (7-0)

22

390

22.

Iowa State (5-2)

NR

298

23.

UTSA (9-0)

24

235

24.

Coastal Carolina (6-1)

NR

104

25.

BYU (6-2)

NR

44

Others receiving votes

Arkansas 36, Louisiana-Lafayette 32, North Carolina State 28, Houston 12, Virginia 9, Oregon State 7, Arizona State 7, Texas 6, Appalachian State 5, Florida 3, Minnesota 1, UCLA 1

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