Michigan moves into top 4 of College Football Playoff rankings

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Fresh off its monumental win over Ohio State, Michigan landed at the No. 2 spot in the penultimate edition of the College Football Playoff rankings Tuesday night. It’s the highest ranking for the Wolverines (11-1), who reached No. 3 in 2016, and comes on the heels of their 42-27 win over the Buckeyes. Michigan can secure its first outright Big Ten title since 2003 by defeating No. 13 Iowa in the Big Ten Championship Game Saturday. A win over the Hawkeyes should be enough to help the Wolverines earn their first semifinal spot. Georgia (12-0) took the top spot for the fifth straight week after b…

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