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The Michigan Wolverines, fresh off a 42-7 win over Rutgers on Saturday, maintained their No. 4 spot in the Amway coaches’ poll, released Sunday.

The rankings of the top six teams remained unchanged from last week: 1. Alabama, 2. Clemson, 3. Notre Dame, 4. Michigan, 5. Georgia, 6. Oklahoma.

The AP poll will be released later Sunday and the new College Football Playoff rankings will be revealed on Tuesday. Michigan was also No. 4 in the AP poll and the CFP rankings last week.

Michigan (9-1, 7-0 Big Ten) has two regular-season games remaining – home against Indiana on Saturday (4 p.m., FS1) and at Ohio State on Nov. 24 (noon, Fox). If the Wolverines win those games they will be Big Ten East Division champions and will play Northwestern in the conference championship game.

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AMWAY COACHES’ POLL

1. Alabama, 10-0 record, 1,624 points (last week: 1) 

2. Clemson, 10-0, 1,561 (2) 

3. Notre Dame, 10-0, 1,490 (3) 

4. Michigan, 9-1, 1,415 (4) 

5. Georgia, 9-1, 1,369 (5) 

6. Oklahoma, 9-1, 1,273 (6) 

7. West Virginia, 8-1, 1,173 (8) 

8. Ohio State, 9-1, 1,135 (7) 

9. Washington State, 9-1, 1,119 (9) 

10. LSU, 8-2, 1,078 (10) 

11. UCF, 9-0, 1,042 (11) 

12. Syracuse, 8-2, 849 (13) 

13. Utah State, 9-1, 698 (16) 

14. Texas, 7-3, 662 (19) 

15. Penn State, 7-3, 646 (20) 

16. Florida, 7-3, 604 (21) 

17. Washington, 7-3, 591 (18) 

18. Iowa State, 6-3, 403 (25) 

19. Utah, 7-3, 387 (24) 

20. Cincinnati, 9-1, 383 (23) 

21. Kentucky, 7-3, 318 (12) 

22. Boston College, 7-3, 309 (14) 

23. Mississippi State, 6-4, 219 (15) 

24. Boise State, 8-2, 129 (NR) 

25. UAB, 9-1, 102 (NR) 

First-place votes: Alabama 64, Clemson 1.

Others receiving votes: Northwestern 87; Fresno State 64; Army 58; Buffalo 56; Virginia 44; Duke 38; NC State 37; Pittsburgh 30; Texas A&M 29; Michigan State 20; Auburn 19; Troy 17; Appalachian State 14; Missouri 13; San Diego State 10; Wisconsin 7; Arizona State 2; Tennessee 1.