Week 7 AP Top 25 Poll: No. 2 Michigan Football continues to roll
Week 6 of the 2023 college football season is in the books, and there were a few upsets along the way. Just moments ago, the Week 7 AP Top 25 Poll was released, and there has been plenty of movement, including Notre Dame dropping like the temperature after losing to Louisville.
AP Top 25 poll
1 Georgia (50)
2 Michigan (11)
3 Ohio St (1)
4 FSU (1)
6 Penn St.
13 Ole Miss
15 Oregon St.
19 Wash St (tie)
19 Tennessee (tie)
21 Notre Dame
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES:
Missouri 69, Wyoming 42, Air Force 41, Wisconsin 41, Tulane 27, West Virginia 26, Clemson 17, Maryland 9, Iowa 7, James Madison 7, Texas A&M 5.
Why it Matters
One week ago, the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines had 12 first-place votes, compared to 35 for No. 1 Georgia. Now, Michigan, despite their 52-10 win over Minnesota, received 11 first-place votes compared to 50 for Georgia.
TL;DR (too long didn't read)
- AP Top 25 Shakeup: Week 6 of the 2023 college football season witnessed some unexpected outcomes and upsets. The release of the Week 7 AP Top 25 Poll reflects significant changes in the rankings, with several teams experiencing movement.
- Notre Dame's Drop: Notably, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish experienced a significant drop in the rankings due to their recent loss to Louisville. This loss had a notable impact on their position within the AP Top 25.
- Michigan's Shift: The Michigan Wolverines, despite a dominant 52-10 victory over Minnesota, saw a shift in their first-place votes. While they held 12 first-place votes the previous week, they now have 11, with the majority of first-place votes going to No. 1-ranked Georgia.
Bottom Line: Half the Season is Over
The Week 7 AP Top 25 Poll indicates a dynamic and ever-changing college football landscape, with teams experiencing fluctuations in their rankings based on their recent performances. Michigan's slight shift in first-place votes reflects the ongoing competition at the top of the rankings.