OSU Out Of Top 25 For First Time Since 2004

Miami running back Lamar Miller breaks away from OSU linebacker Etienne Sabino during the Hurricanes' 24-6 victory on Saturday.(Photo: Associated Press/Ohio State University)
Miami running back Lamar Miller breaks away from OSU linebacker Etienne Sabino during the Hurricanes' 24-6 victory on Saturday.(Photo: Associated Press/Ohio State University)

The Ohio State football team’s loss at Miami has taken the Buckeyes out of the top 25 for the first time in seven years.

The team was ranked in both the Associated Press poll and the USA Today coaches’ poll for 103 straight weeks, dating back to 2004.

This week’s poll also marks the first time in several years that arch-rival Michigan has ranked above Ohio State.

The Buckeyes look to rebound Saturday when they host the University of Colorado.

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