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"Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema had to look twice when he saw the newest poll results.
He wasn't surprised to see his squad at No. 2, instead he was shocked at what he didn't see at the top.
Bielema said he thought it was a typo when he didn't see Michigan in the top three. The Wolverines have been ranked in the Top-25 at the end of the year 22 of the last 23 years.
This year, Michigan has a new head coach and will have to find a way to replace offensive stars Jake Long, Mike Hart, Chad Henne and Mario Manningham.
"That's probably a misprint," Bielema said.
"I think that Michigan [will be fine], because of the way they can recruit, because of the way they have recruited under Coach [Lloyd] Carr and the coaches he had there."
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