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Fox Sports’ Feldman puts Michigan in his top four

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Michigan wide receiver Amara Darboh makes a catch in the end zone ahead of Iowa defensive back Manny Rugamba but was ruled out of bounds in the first quarter.

Should Michigan still be in the top four when the new College Football Playoff rankings are announced on Tuesday night?

Fox Sports college football analyst Bruce Feldman says yes.

Feldman, in his weekly top 10 rankings, put Michigan No. 3 on Monday, behind Alabama and Ohio State. Clemson and Louisville round out the top five.

Feldman: “Jim Harbaugh's team had been dominating folks until they visited Iowa and got knocked off by a Hawkeyes team that was just 5-4. Still, a blowout win over Penn State along with victories over Wisconsin and Colorado look impressive.”

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1. Alabama, 10-0

2. Ohio State, 9-1

3. Michigan, 9-1

4. Clemson, 9-1

5. Louisville, 9-1

6. Penn State, 8-2

7. Wisconsin, 8-2

8. Washington, 9-1

9. West Virginia, 8-1

10. Oklahoma, 8-2