The season has come to a close.

One of the most memorable college football seasons in history ended on Monday night, as Alabama defeated Ohio state 52-24 in Miami to give Nick Saban his seventh national title victory as a head coach. It was the final game in what has been a tumultuous, trying and sometimes chaotic 2020 season.

Shortly after the Crimson Tide started celebrating their title victory, the Associated Press released its final Top 25 poll for the 2020 season. Only four B1G teams cracked the rankings to close out the year, led by Ohio State at No. 2.

Northwestern, Indiana and Iowa were the other three teams from the B1G to earn a spot in the Top 25.

Here’s a look at the final Associated Press Poll of 2020:

#1 Alabama Crimson Tide (13-0)

#2 Ohio State Buckeyes (7-1)

#3 Clemson Tigers (10-2)

#4 Texas A&M Aggies (9-1)

#5 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (10-2)

#6 Oklahoma Sooners (9-2)

#7 Georgia Bulldogs (8-2)

#8 Cincinnati Bearcats (9-1)

#9 Iowa State Cyclones (9-3)

#10 Northwestern Wildcats (7-2)

#11 BYU Cougars (11-1)

#12 Indiana Hoosiers (6-2)

#13 Florida Gators (8-4)

#14 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (11-1)

#15 Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns (10-1)

#16 Iowa Hawkeyes (6-2)

#17 Liberty Flames (10-1)

#18 North Carolina Tar Heels (8-4)

#19 Texas Longhorns (7-3)

#20 Oklahoma State Cowboys (8-3)

#21 USC Trojans (5-1)

#22 Miami Hurricanes (8-3)

#23 Ball State Cardinals (7-1)

#24 San Jose State Spartans (7-1)

#25 Buffalo Bulls (6-1)

Others receiving votes: Appalachian State (41), Tulsa (35), Army (24), Oregon (21), Texas Tech (21), Memphis (12), TCU (12), UAB (10), Washington (10), North Carolina State (7), Nevada (7), Wisconsin (3), West Virginia (1), Marshall (1)