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February 11, 2013
U-M drops in both major polls
The Wolverines lost a heartbreaker Saturday, falling victim to a last-second heave by Wisconsin's Ben Brust to force overtime, where the Badgers pulled it out, 65-62.
After the loss, Michigan dropped in both the Associated Press and USA Today coaches' polls.
The Wolverines fell to fourth in the AP Poll. Indiana, who also lost a game last week (at Illinois) jumped up to No. 1. No. 2 Duke and No. 3 Miami are ahead of Michigan.
In the coaches' poll, Michigan dropped to fifth, behind No. 1 Duke, No. 2 Indiana, No. 3 Gonzaga and No. 4 Miami.
The Wolverines have an excellent chance to bolster their resume and raise back up the polls Tuesday night, with a primetime matchup in East Lansing against Michigan State.
The Spartans have steadily risen up the polls themselves.
This week, Michigan State sits at No. 8 in both polls, setting up a Top 10 showdown between the instate rivals.
Here are the full rankings. Big Ten teams are in bold: