Sunday, September 13, 2009

Michigan returns to AP Top 25; UNC falls to 24

After a season on the outs, Michigan is back in the AP Top 25.

The Wolverines, unranked all last season while finishing 3-9, were No. 25 in The Associated Press college football poll released Sunday.

North Carolina is the only team from the Carolinas ranked, falling to No. 24 even after the win at UConn.

The Tar Heels maintained their ranking in the coaches poll, remaining at No. 19.

-- Staff and wire reports


MichaelProcton said... speak of that "win at UConn" like it was decisive or something to be proud of. When you have to stage a fourth-quarter comeback to beat a mid-tier Big East team on a freaking fake safety, they had every right to drop.

Anonymous said...

Upset Dook wasn't ranked?

Anonymous said...

OK, why is UNC still ranked?

Here's to the journalism school.

Anonymous said...

Because they keep winning.