Michigan jumped to No. 20 in the latest USA Today Coaches Poll following their last-second defeat of Michigan State on Saturday. Michigan moved up from No. 25.
The top five teams remained the same from last week's poll, with the only difference being Florida and Kansas St. switching spots at No. 3 and No. 4. Alabama keeps the top spot after crushing Tennessee on Saturday, 44-13. The top-ranked Crimson Tide received every first-place vote. No. 2 Oregon also maintained their position in the Top 25 after defeating Arizona State, 43-21.
No. 9 Oregon State moved into the top ten, replacing No. 16 South Carolina, who have now lost two consecutive games.
Ohio, Texas and Wisconsin represent the newcomers to the list. They come in at No. 23, No. 24 and No. 25, respectively. Michigan and Wisconsin are the only two Big Ten teams in the rankings.
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