MSU football falls out of AP Top 25 rankings after loss to Washington

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Michigan State is no longer ranked in the Associated Press (AP) top 25 poll.

The Spartans dropped completely out of the AP top 25 poll after Saturday’s blowout loss at Washington. The Spartans were ranked No. 11 in last week’s poll and came in as the first team outside the top 25 this week.

Ohio State (No. 3), Michigan (No. 4) and Penn State (No. 14) were the lone Big Ten teams listed in this week’s rankings. Minnesota and Wisconsin also received votes.

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