The Week 15 AP Poll has been revealed!

The CFP may be the more relevant poll of the 2 now with the selection show just under an hour away, but AP voters revealed their picks for the top 4 teams in the country, as well as the remainder of the top 25 following conference championship weekend.

Four Big Ten teams cracked Week 15’s rankings: Michigan at No. 1, Ohio State at No. 7. Penn State at No. 10 and Iowa at No. 20. Michigan received 51 first-place votes after winning the Big Ten over Iowa Saturday night combined with Georgia’s loss to Alabama in the SEC Title game.

Ohio State and Penn State did not play this week, of course.

Here’s the full AP Top 25 entering bowl season:

1. Michigan
2. Washington
3. Texas
4. Florida State
5. Alabama
6. Georgia
7. Ohio State
8. Oregon
9. Missouri
10. Penn State
11. Ole Miss
12. Oklahoma
13. LSU
14. Arizona
15. Notre Dame
16. Louisville
17. SMU
18. Liberty
19. NC State
20. Iowa
21. Oregon State
22. Oklahoma State
23. Tulane
24. James Madison
25. Tennessee

Others receiving votes: 

Clemson 87, Troy 65, Utah 39, Kansas St. 38, Miami (Ohio) 31, Toledo 22, Kansas 8, Kentucky 4