College Football Rankings: Week 10 AP Top 25 Has Michigan 13th

Just as they did in the USA Today Poll, voters in the AP Top 25 gave Michigan a bump up to 13th in the Week 10 edition of the poll. The Wolverines were close to breaking into the top 10 two weeks ago before losing to Michigan State, and then they fell back to the late teens. Now, with Michigan winning on Saturday against Purdue and a number of teams in the top 15 losing, a top 10 ranking once again is in sight.

Michigan State is out of the top 10 and down to 15th after losing to Nebraska on Saturday. The Spartans received a big bump of their own a week ago after beating Wisconsin. Saturday's ugly loss to the Cornhuskers resulted in Michigan State falling to 15th, which isn't all that bad considering the rest of the schedule includes a lot of winnable games. MSU should be able to move back into the top 10 as long as it gets back to its winning ways in November.

Here's a look at the full AP Top 25:

1. LSU

2. Alabama

3. Oklahoma State

4. Stanford

5. Boise State

6. Oregon

7. Oklahoma

8. Arkansas

9. Nebraska

10. South Carolina

11. Clemson

12. Virginia Tech

13. Michigan

14. Houston

15. Michigan State

16. Penn State

17. Kansas State

18. Georgia

19. Wisconsin

20. Arizona State

21. USC

22. Georgia Tech

23. Cincinnati

24. West Virginia

25. Auburn

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