The Wolverines were listed with 14/1 odds after Week 2, but that number is down to 20/1 after Week 3.
Oklahoma State moved up to sixth from ninth after its 59-21 demolition of Pittsburgh. The Cougars improved to 3-0 and gain four positions to No. 18.
The Sooners dropped one spot by AP voters despite a 56-14 win over Tulane on Saturday night.
One of the biggest questions this offseason was how the defending national champions would replace quarterback Deshaun Watson, and Bryant has done that remarkably smoothly in his first three games as a starter. Alabama retained the top spot, with 45 of the 61 first-place votes.
3, followed by Penn State and USC, who needed double overtime to beat Texas. The Aztecs are ranked No. 22 in the AP poll and No. 25 in the Coaches poll. The Tigers received 15 first-place votes.
Clemson leap-frogged the Sooners to No. 2 following an impressive 47-21 win at then-No.
Stock up: Oklahoma State. Oklahoma State 7. Washington 8. Ohio State 11. Georgia 12. Virginia Tech 14. Miami 15.
Auburn, meanwhile, looked like it had a hangover following its loss to Clemson, with four fumbles and an interception against an FCS team that resurrected its program just five years ago. Mountain West Conference member San Diego State knocked Stanford out of the rankings with a 20-17 victory over the Cardinal.