Michigan falls to No. 19 in latest AP poll after Alabama drubbing, Tide now No. 1
ANN ARBOR -- The Michigan football team's 2012 debut wasn't pretty.
And the latest college football Top 25 reflect that.
Michigan fell 11 spots in the latest Associated Press' Top 25 poll, from No. 8 all the way down to No. 19 after a 41-14 loss to Alabama at the Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas.
The Crimson Tide, meanwhile, jumped up to No. 1 overall.
The Wolverines' 11-spot drop was easily the largest among teams in the top 20, and Michigan is now the only 0-1 team ranked in the AP's Top 25 poll. Michigan also fell to No. 19 in the latest USA Today Coaches' Poll.
Michigan State (1-0) leads the Big Ten at No. 11, moving up two spots after knocking off Boise State. Wisconsin comes in at No. 13, Ohio State No. 14, while Nebraska sits at No. 16.
Notre Dame, Michigan's week four opponent, is No. 22.
The Crimson Tide hopped over USC to take over the top spot in the polls, the Trojans fell to No. 2. LSU remains at No. 3, Oregon at No. 4 and Oklahoma sits at No. 5.
Michigan (0-1) will host Air Force on Saturday (3:30 p.m., ABC) for its 2012 home opener.