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Michigan, Michigan State finish in Top 10 of final AP Top 25 College Football poll

The Wolverines and Spartans had successful seasons

Heading into the season, most would have bet that neither Michigan nor Michigan State would even sniff the top ten in 2021 but as we know, both teams rose to the occasion.

The CFP National Championship game is in the books and with Georgia beating Alabama, the Bulldogs are the National Champions for the 2021 season.

On Tuesday, the final Associated Press Top 25 poll was released and as you can see below, Michigan finished at No. 3, while Michigan State ended the season as the No. 9 team in America.

RANK TEAM PV RANK CONFERENCE POINTS
1
Georgia (14-1) 3 SEC 1,525 (61)
2
Alabama (13-2) 1 SEC 1,464
3
Michigan (12-2) 2 Big Ten 1,361
4
Cincinnati (13-1) 4 American Athletic 1,349
5
Baylor (12-2) 6 Big 12 1,259
6
Ohio State (11-2) 7 Big Ten 1,247
7
Oklahoma State (12-2) 9 Big 12 1,177
8
Notre Dame (11-2) 5 IA Independents 1,039
9
Michigan State (11-2) 11 Big Ten 1,026
10
Oklahoma (11-2) 14 Big 12 966
11
Ole Miss (10-3) 8 SEC 926
12
Utah (10-4) 10 Pac-12 851
13
Pittsburgh (11-3) 13 ACC 741
14
Clemson (10-3) 19 ACC 538
15
Wake Forest (11-3) 20 ACC 533
16
Louisiana-Lafayette (13-1) 16 Sun Belt 517
17
Houston (12-2) 21 American Athletic 513
18
Kentucky (10-3) 25 SEC 446
19
Brigham Young (10-3) 12 IA Independents 435
20
North Carolina State (9-3) 18 ACC 382
21
Arkansas (9-4) 22 SEC 371
22
Oregon (10-4) 15 Pac-12 364
23
Iowa (10-4) 17 Big Ten 171
24 Utah State (11-3) Mountain West 163
25
San Diego State (12-2) Mountain West 137
Others receiving votes:

Texas A&M 115, Wisconsin 97, Minnesota 47, Purdue 44, UTSA 9, Army 6, Fresno State 2, Coastal Carolina 2, Air Force 1, UAB 1

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