Michigan Moves Up, Florida Schools Down in AP Top 25, Coaches Poll

Randolph Lopez
September 6, 2017

Florida State not only lost a game in the standings as well as its star quarterback this past Saturday night, but it lost its grip on the No. 3 spot in the Associated Press Top 25 poll, which was released on Tuesday.

Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson and Penn State were ranked as the Nos.

1 again, securing 60 of 61 first-place votes in the first Top 25 of the regular season. No. 16 Miami visits Tallahassee on September 16.

"That's a different team without him", he said.

Florida, with 10 suspended players, struggled mightily in the second half against MI.

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Southern California slipped two spots to No. 6 after playing a tighter-than-expected game against Western Michigan.

MI ultimately hurdles three teams in the latest polls: Wisconsin (stays put at No. 9), Florida State (goes from No. 3 to No. 10), and Oklahoma State (goes from No. 10 to No. 11). Wisconsin Badgers 10. Florida State 11.

TCU and Notre Dame jumped into the Top 25 in the AP Poll. No. 2 Ohio State had two first-place votes, while Clemson had three-first-place votes.

MI dominated Florida, Virginia Tech picked up a good win and Texas fell at home to Maryland.

Texas, which started the season No. 23, not only fell out of the rankings after getting beaten at home by Maryland but the Longhorns did not receive a single vote.

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