BREAKING: Michigan’s first AP Poll ranking revealed

Many predicted Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan Wolverines would check in the top ten of the first official Associated Press rankings for the college football season, but coming off a 10-3 season, Michigan checked in at No. 11.

For the rest of the top 25, see below:

 
1
Alabama (52)
Record: 14-1
PV Rank

2

Points

1,513

2
Record: 11-2
6
1,414
3
Record: 10-3
8
1,396
4
USC (2)
Record: 10-3
3
1,325
5
Record: 14-1
1
1,201
6
Record: 11-3
7
1,196
7
Record: 11-2
5
1,170
8
Record: 12-2
4
1,150
9
Record: 11-3
9
926
10
Record: 10-3
11
889
11
Record: 10-3
10
881
12
Record: 8-5
24
880
13
Record: 8-4
13
784
14
Record: 10-3
12
695
15
Record: 8-5
690
16
Record: 9-4
21
629
17
Record: 9-4
14
624
18
Record: 9-4
20
492
19
Record: 11-2
19
327
20
Record: 9-4
317
21
Record: 10-4
16
240
22
Record: 10-3
18
207
23
Record: 5-7
173
24
Record: 8-5
133
25
Record: 9-4
22
114

 

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