Michigan football did what it’s been doing all year — handle business through an efficient offense, thanks to a dominant run game, and a stifling defense. Though the ho-hum win over Nebraska isn’t necessarily going to turn a lot of heads given what Ohio State did to Indiana, the Wolverines are still firmly among the top teams in the nation.
But how do the coaches across college football see it?
In the latest USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll, Michigan comes in ranked No. 3, while Ohio State remains No. 2. The Wolverines’ next opponent, the former No. 20 Illinois, fell out of the top 25 after losing to Purdue this past weekend. Former opponent Penn State is ranked No. 12.
Here are the full rankings.
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