Michigan ranked No. 22, first AP top 25 appearance since 2013

On Saturday Michigan shut out BYU 31-0. Today, the Wolverines crack The Associated Press’ top 25 poll, ranked No. 22 after four weeks of play. This is the first time since November 2013 Michigan has been ranked. 

Michigan State still sits at No. 2, following its 30-10 win over Central Michigan Saturday.

The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 26, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

                         Record  Pts   Pv
 1. Ohio St. (45)         4-0   1,482   1
 2. Michigan St. (5)      4-0   1,397   2
 3. Mississippi (10)      4-0   1,349   3
 4. TCU                   4-0   1,254   3
 5. Baylor                3-0   1,196   5
 6. Notre Dame            4-0   1,163   6
 7. UCLA                  4-0   1,156   9
 8. Georgia               4-0   1,147   7
 9. LSU                   3-0   1,075   8
10. Utah (1)              4-0   1,034  18
11. Florida St.           3-0     888  10
12. Clemson               3-0     853  11
13. Alabama               3-1     850  12
14. Texas A&M             4-0     776  14
15. Oklahoma              3-0     747  15
16. Northwestern          4-0     566  17
17. Southern Cal          3-1     509  19
18. Stanford              3-1     486  21
19. Wisconsin             3-1     309  22
20. Oklahoma St.          4-0     281  24
21. Mississippi St.       3-1     211  NR
22. Michigan              3-1     209  NR
23. West Virginia         3-0     179  NR
24. California            4-0     149  NR
25. Florida               4-0     140  NR

   Others receiving votes: Toledo 68, Oregon 64, Arizona 48, Boise St. 38, Iowa 37, Texas Tech 36, Houston 23, Duke 18, Temple 17, Miami 14, Kansas St. 12, Memphis 11, NC State 10, Navy 9, BYU 5, Minnesota 5, Tennessee 4.