In case there was any doubt, the Wolverines are moving up.

After dismantling Rutgers on Saturday, Michigan earned the No. 14 spot in the latest College Football Playoff poll. The Wolverines are still the highest rated two-loss team in the country.

Michigan was one of six B1G teams to make the top 25, which was more than any other conference. Ohio State came in at No. 3 while Iowa moved up to No. 5, Michigan State fell out of the top-10 to No. 13 after suffering its first loss and Nebraska and Northwestern and Wisconsin came in at No. 19 and No. 25, respectively.

Michigan’s ranking marked its highest ever in the two-year history of the poll.

The question, of course, is whether or not the Wolverines can win out and make their first B1G Championship game. To do that, they’ll have to start with a win against Indiana on Saturday.