Washington is ranked No. 2 in the final AP Top 25 poll of the 2023 season.

The final media poll was released Monday morning, several hours after Michigan beat Washington 34-13 to win the College Football Playoff National Championship. As such, the Wolverines took the top spot in the ranking. Texas, which Washington beat in the CFP semis at the Sugar Bowl on New Year’s Day, was ranked No. 3.

Alabama, the other CFP participant, was ranked one behind Georgia at No. 5 despite beating the Bulldogs in the SEC title game in early December. Oregon and Florida State tied for sixth.

The second-place ranking for Washington matches the highest final AP ranking for the Huskies since 1991. The Huskies have finished No. 2 in an AP poll three times now in program history.

Arizona closed the season ranked No. 11, giving the Huskies four wins on the season over teams ranked in the final AP Top 15.

The Huskies went 14-1 this season to set a new program record for victories in a single season. They went 12-0 in the regular season, won the Pac-12 Championship, and stretched the winning streak up to 21 games before Monday’s defeat.

The rest of the AP Top 25 can be found below:

1. Michigan
2. Washington
3. Texas
4. Georgia
5. Alabama
T-6. Oregon
T-6. Florida State
8. Missouri
9. Ole Miss
10. Ohio State
11. Arizona
12. LSU
13. Penn State
14. Notre Dame
15. Oklahoma
16. Oklahoma State
17. Tennessee
18. Kansas State
19. Louisville
20. Clemson
21. NC State
22. SMU
23. Kansas
24. Iowa
25. Liberty