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Badgers drop in AP Top 25 after loss at Northwestern

Badgers drop in AP Top 25 after loss at Northwestern

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A disappointing loss on the road this weekend dropped the University of Wisconsin football team in the Associated Press Top 25 poll.

Coming off a 17-7 defeat against a ranked Northwestern team, the Badgers (2-1) fell eight spots to No. 18.

The Wildcats moved up to No. 11 after moving to 5-0 this season.

The top eight teams in the poll stayed the same, with Alabama claiming the top spot.

UW takes on Minnesota (2-3) at 1 p.m. Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.

The Big Ten Conference had two other teams ranked: No. 3 Ohio State and No. 12 Indiana

Here’s a look at the poll, with team’s first-place votes in parenthesis:

1. Alabama 7-0 (62)

2. Notre Dame 8-0

3. Ohio State 4-0

4. Clemson 7-1

5. Texas A&M 5-1

6. Florida 6-1

7. Cincinnati 8-0

8. BYU 9-0

9. Oregon 3-0

10. Miami 7-1

11. Northwestern 5-0

12. Indiana 4-1

13. Georgia 5-2

14. Oklahoma 6-2

15. Iowa State 6-2

16. Coastal Carolina 8-0

17. Marshall 7-0

18. Wisconsin 2-1

19. USC 3-0

20. Texas 5-2

21. Oklahoma State 5-2

22. Auburn 5-2

23. Louisiana-Lafayette 7-1

24. Tulsa 5-1

25. North Carolina 6-2

Others receiving votes: Washington 35, Liberty 31, Nevada 23, SMU 17, Iowa 15, Boise State 6, Florida Atlantic 5, Buffalo 3, San Jose State 3


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