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Michigan remains No. 19 in AP college football poll; MSU is No. 24

September 16, 2018

Fresh off its 45-20 victory over SMU, Michigan’s spot in this week’s Associated Press college football poll remained unchanged at No. 19.

The new poll was released Sunday.

Michigan State, which did not play, improved one spot to No. 24.

The Wolverines (2-1) return to action Saturday at noon in their Big Ten opener, at home against Nebraska.

The Spartans (1-1) also play their Big Ten opener this Saturday, at Indiana at 7:30 p.m.

Georgia jumped over Clemson and into the No. 2 spot, behind Alabama. Clemson is third, followed by Ohio State and Oklahoma.

Wisconsin, which had been No. 6, fell to 18th after its loss to BYU.

ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL

REC

PTS

PVS

1. Alabama (58)

3-0

1521

1

2. Georgia

3-0

1416

3

3. Clemson (3)

3-0

1405

2

4. Ohio State

3-0

1357

4

5. Oklahoma

3-0

1283

5

6. LSU

3-0

1241

12

7. Stanford

3-0

1055

9

8. Notre Dame

3-0

1034

8

9. Auburn

2-1

958

7

10. Washington

2-1

947

10

10. Penn State

3-0

947

11

12. West Virginia

2-0

841

14

13. Virginia Tech

2-0

816

13

14. Mississippi State

3-0

790

16

15. Oklahoma State

3-0

587

24

16. UCF

2-0

556

18

17. TCU

2-1

502

15

18. Wisconsin

2-1

486

6

19. Michigan

2-1

448

19

20. Oregon

3-0

399

20

21. Miami

2-1

362

21

22. Texas A&M

2-1

193

NR

23. Boston College

3-0

130

NR

24. Michigan State

1-1

86

25

25. BYU

2-1

75

NR

Others receiving votes: Iowa 64, Boise State 62, Duke 61, Colorado 49, California 40, Kentucky 38, South Florida 14, Texas 12, NC State 10, Arizona State 9, Missouri 8, Utah 6, San Diego State 5, North Texas 4, South Carolina 4, Washington State 2, Syracuse 2.

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