4. Michigan Wolverines, 6-2 (3-1)
Coming into the 2015 season, there were high expectations following a very big offseason for the Michigan Wolverines. Jim Harbaugh was hired as the new head coach and has shown why the fans and media were in a frenzy over the Wolverines.
Despite the fact that the Wolverines don’t have a ton of talent, they are still one of the top teams in the nation.
Michigan is coming into this week as the No. 16 ranked team in the country. Jake Rudock has done just enough to lead his offense to wins and the Michigan defense has pulled together and been impressive.
They have a very bright season ahead of them, but at this point in time are definitely worthy of the No. 4 spot in these rankings.