Michigan’s first national title since 1997 is complete with the Wolverines rolling the 4th quarter of a 34-13 win over Washington.

Along the way, Michigan put together the first-ever 15-0 season in the history of the program. Jim Harbaugh’s squad is also the first team in B1G history to win 15 games in a single season.

To no surprise, Michigan also landed as a unanimous No. 1 pick in the final AP Top 25 for the 2023 season. That poll dropped Tuesday morning with the Wolverines capturing all 61 first-place votes as the best team in the country.

Behind the Wolverines, Washington and Texas landed at No. 2 and No. 3 while Georgia leapfrogged Alabama for the No. 4 overall spot. The Crimson Tide, despite making the College Football Playoff, finished No. 5 in the AP.

As for the rest of the B1G, Ohio State narrowly hung onto a top-10 spot as the No. 10 team in the country. The Buckeyes finished the season 11-2 overall with the Cotton Bowl loss to Missouri.

Penn State tumbled out of the top 10, landing at No. 13 overall to end the season. The Nittany Lions lost to Ole Miss in the Peach Bowl to fall to 10-3.

The only other B1G team to make the top 25 was Iowa who checked in at No. 24 after getting shut out by Tennessee in the bowl game. Northwestern did land in the “others receiving votes” section but was well outside No. 25.