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Michigan State football drops in AP top 25 after loss to Purdue

November 7, 2021

MSU traveled to West Lafayette on Saturday, Nov.6, 2021 to their match against the Purdue Boilermakers. The Boilermakers ended the Spartan's undefeated season with a 40-29 win.

Michigan State football went into the weekend with plans to derail Purdue, only to end up off the tracks themselves. With a kiss goodbye to the undefeated club and a bump down in the AP Poll for Week 11, the Spartans have three more games to tie it up and find a decent postseason footing.

The top four teams have not moved since last week and remain with No. 1 Georgia, No. 2 Cincinnati, No. 3 Alabama and No. 4 Oklahoma.

Here is where the teams stand in Week 11:

1: Georgia (9-0)

2: Cincinnati (9-0)

3: Alabama (8-1)

4: Oklahoma (9-0)

5: Oregon (8-1)

6: Ohio State (8-1)

7: Notre Dame (8-1)

8: Michigan State (8-1)

9: Michigan (8-1)

10: Oklahoma State (8-1)

11: Texas A&M (7-2)

12: Ole Miss (7-2)

13: Wake Forest (8-1)

14: Brigham Young (8-2)

15: UTSA (9-0)

16: Auburn (6-3)

17: Houston (8-1)

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18: Baylor (7-2)

19: Iowa (7-2)

20: Wisconsin (6-3)

21: North Carolina State (7-2)

22: Coastal Carolina (8-1)

23: Penn State (6-3)

24: Louisiana-Lafayette (8-1)

25: Pittsburgh (7-2)

The Spartans were also ranked No. 9 in the USA Today AFCA Coaches Poll and the college student media poll.

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