Coaches Ballot high 25: Michigan joins high 5, Utah plummets in school soccer rankings

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Reigning Large Ten champion Michigan jumped into the highest 5 of the Week 1 USA Immediately Coaches Ballot after a formidable 51-7 win over Colorado State. Moreover, Florida joined the rankings and are No. 19 within the ballot, which was launched Tuesday after a prolonged Labor Day weekend slate. The Gators edged out Utah 29-26 in Gainesville, Florida, which dropped the Utes seven spots to No. 15 within the rankings.

Alabama saved its stranglehold on the No. 1 spot after crushing Mountain West reigning champ Utah State, however Georgia moved up the board previous Ohio State to No. 2 after throttling Oregon 49-3. The Buckeyes remained excessive at No. 3 after pulling out a win 21-10 vs. Notre Dame, whereas Clemson saved its spot at No. 4 regardless of a gradual displaying towards Georgia Tech. Michigan moved as much as No. 5. 

Elsewhere, the Geese fell 12 spots after the loss to Georgia, which saved the Pac-12 locked out of the highest 10. The Preventing Irish fell 4 spots to No. 9 after the tight loss to Ohio State on the street. Arkansas additionally jumped six spots to No. 17 after edging Cincinnati

Here is a take a look at all the high 25 as voted on by the 65 FBS coaches that make up the Coaches Ballot (first-place votes in parenthesis). 

Week 1 Coaches Ballot

  1. Alabama (57)
  2. Georgia (6)
  3. Ohio State (2)
  4. Clemson
  5. Michigan
  6. Texas A&M
  7. Oklahoma
  8. Baylor
  9. Notre Dame
  10. Oklahoma State
  11. Michigan State
  12. USC
  13. NC State
  14. Pittsburgh
  15. Utah
  16. Miami (FL)
  17. Arkansas
  18. Wisconsin
  19. Florida
  20. Kentucky
  21. Wake Forest
  22. Texas
  23. Mississippi
  24. Oregon 
  25. BYU
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Others receiving votes: Tennessee (143), Penn State (138), Houston (137), Cincinnati (61), Iowa (44), Mississippi State (34), Florida State (33), UCF (23), Fresno State (21), Air Power (18), Auburn (15), TCU (7), UCLA (6), South Carolina (6), Utah State (5), Minnesota (5), Syracuse (4), Oregon State (3), UL Lafayette (1), Texas Tech (1), Northwestern (1), North Carolina (1).

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