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College Football Rankings: Michigan State Moves Up To 15th In Polls

Michigan State is now ranked 15th in both the AP Top 25 and USA Today Poll after a dominating win on Saturday. Michigan is still unranked, but not by much.

The Week 3 college football rankings were released on Sunday. There aren't a ton of surprises or major shake-ups in this week's polls, although the Michigan State Spartans did jump up a spot or two in each of the major rankings after blowing out Florida Atlantic. MSU is now 15th in both the AP Top 25 and the USA Today Poll after jumping Ohio State, which struggled against Toledo on Saturday.

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

1. Oklahoma (32)
2. Alabama (9)
3. LSU (17)
4. Boise State (2)
5. Florida State
6. Stanford
7. Wisconsin
8. Oklahoma State
9. Texas A&M
10. Nebraska
11. South Carolina
12. Oregon
13. Virginia Tech
14. Arkansas
15. Michigan State
16. Florida
17. Ohio State
18. West Virginia
19. Baylor
20. South Florida
21. Auburn
22. Arizona State
23. TCU
24. Texas
25. Mississippi State

And here is the full USA Today Poll:

1. Oklahoma (44)
2. Alabama (8)
3. LSU (7)
4. Boise State
5. Florida State
6. Stanford
7. Oklahoma State
8. Wisconsin
9. Texas A&M
10. Nebraska
11. South Carolina
12. Virginia Tech
13. Arkansas
14. Oregon
15. Michigan State
16. Ohio State
17. Florida
18. Arizona State
19. Auburn
20. West Virginia
21. Texas
22. South Florida
23. TCU
24. Baylor
25. Mississippi State

Michigan is now ranked 26th in both polls after beating Notre Dame in a thriller on Saturday night in Ann Arbor. As long as the Wolverines handle Eastern Michigan next Saturday, they will likely return to the top 25 next week.