The latest Associated Press Top 25 Poll has the Badgers on the outside looking in following a 17-14 loss against Washington State
The Associated Press released its Top 25 Poll on Sunday afternoon, and the Wisconsin Badgers (1-1, 0-0 Big Ten) have fallen out of the top 25.
Following a 17-14 loss to the Washington State Cougars, the Badgers fell from the No. 19 spot. Despite being unranked, the Badgers received seven votes in the latest poll.
The Big Ten is well represented in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll, with three teams ranked inside the top 15. The Big Ten teams include Ohio State (No. 3), Michigan (No. 4), and Michigan State (No. 11).
Wisconsin joins Minnesota and Purdue as other Big Ten teams who received votes in this week’s poll.
Following a tough loss, Wisconsin will look to wrap up its non-conference schedule on a high note when they play the New Mexico State Aggies (0-2) at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
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