It was a good week for Michigan football. The Wolverines remained undefeated and broke their losing streak in Kinnick Stadium after Michigan defeated Iowa on Saturday, 27-14.
In the Big Ten, Ohio State kept its winning ways after beating Rutgers. Penn State stayed undefeated after beating Northwestern in a low-scoring affair. And Minnesota laid an egg against Purdue after being ranked the previous week.
Oklahoma and Texas A&M both took their second loss of the season, which would ultimately drop both out of the top 25.
You can see below what the results of Week 5 did to the USA TODAY Coaches Poll through Week 5.
Schools dropped out:
No. 16 Oklahoma; No. 17 Texas A&M; No. 22 Florida State; No. 23 Minnesota; No. 24 Pittsburgh.
Others receiving votes:
Cincinnati 140; Louisiana State 89; Florida State 74; Florida 41; Washington State 38; Maryland 37; James Madison 30; Minnesota 23; Texas 22; Texas A&M 20; Air Force 20; Oklahoma 19; Coastal Carolina 11; Purdue 10; North Carolina 9; Tulane 6; Notre Dame 5; Illinois 3; Central Florida 2; Pittsburgh 1; Duke 1.
Predicting the CFP rankings after Week 5
Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire