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Michigan fell out of the AP Top 25 poll after a 24-10 loss at Wisconsin on Saturday. The Wolverines' rushing attack, which had been so strong in three straight wins, struggled against Wisconsin's top-ranked defense.

Michigan falls out of AP Top 25 poll; Ohio State game looms large

Tolly Taylor

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Michigan falls out of AP Top 25 poll

After the Wolverines’ 24-10 loss at Wisconsin on Saturday, Michigan is no longer ranked in the AP Top 25 or in the Amway Coaches Poll and dropped two spots to No. 6 in the Land of 10 Power Poll. The loss also eliminated the Wolverines from contention for the Big Ten East Division title.

Ohio State game looms large

The Wolverines are still searching for their first signature win of the season, and the game against Ohio State on Saturday is the last opportunity for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh.

Michigan beat itself vs. Wisconsin

Shawn Windsor of the Detroit Free Press reveals how two moments from the Michigan-Wisconsin game sum up the Wolverines’ last two seasons.

Wolverines offense just not very good

Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press offers a frank analysis of Michigan’s offense: They’re just not very good. Baumgardner explains why the offense has struggled all season long.

QB John O’Korn fires back at Braylon Edwards

Michigan quarterback John O’Korn fired back on Twitter at former Wolverines star wide receiver Braylon Edwards. Edwards criticized the quarterback’s play after O’Korn took over for injured starter Brandon Peters.

Questioning Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan tenure

Mike Florio of ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports argues that Harbaugh’s tenure as Wolverines coach isn’t going as well as expected and that Harbaugh is due for a change, based on his history of changing jobs every four years.

Jim Harbaugh ‘won’t be returning to NFL anytime soon’

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