Where Michigan football ranks in latest USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll

The world turned upside down on Saturday. Well, that might be stretching it. But there were hosts of upsets and close calls.

Though Michigan football was in a fight at halftime, the final score at Rutgers looked as expected, 52-17.

But rival Ohio State found itself in a game-long fight against one-win Northwestern.

Illinois was upended by shorthanded and struggling Michigan State, certainly putting a dent in its ranking and status.

 In other leagues, Georgia manhandled Tennessee, LSU took down Alabama, and Notre Dame blew out Clemson.

Sunday presented the first USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll since the College Football Playoff rankings came out,

 and often the coaches tend to follow suit. However, with so many close calls and upsets

, the question is: how do the coaches see the CFB landscape now?

Michigan came in at No. 3, while future opponents Ohio State and Illinois came in second and 20th,

Here are the rest of the rankings. Full rankings 1. Georgia 2. Ohio State 3. Michigan

4. TCU 5. Tennessee 6. Oregon 7. USC

8. LSU 9. Ole Miss 10. UCLA 11. Alabama 12. Clemson

13. Utah 14. North Carolina 15. Penn State 16. NC State 17. Tulane

18. Texas 19. Liberty 20. Illinois 21. UCF 22. Kansas State

23. Washington 24. Kentucky 25. Notre Dame


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