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Badgers crack A.P. Top Ten

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The Wisconsin Badgers will start the season in the Top Ten. Wisconsin checking in at No. 9 in the Associated Press College Football Poll. The Badgers will open the season on Sept. 1 against Utah State.                                          

Associated Press College Football Poll

                                         Record        Pts    Pvs
  1.  Alabama  (52)                14-1      1,513      2
  2.  Ohio  St.  (3)                11-2      1,414      6
  3.  Florida  St.  (4)          10-3      1,396      8
  4.  Southern  Cal  (2)        10-3      1,325      3
  5.  Clemson                          14-1      1,201      1
  6.  Penn  St.                        11-3      1,196      7
  7.  Oklahoma                        11-2      1,170      5
  8.  Washington                    12-2      1,150      4
  9.  Wisconsin                      11-3          926      9
10.  Oklahoma  St.                10-3          889    11
11.  Michigan                        10-3          881    10
12.  Auburn                              8-5          880    24
13.  LSU                                    8-4          784    13
14.  Stanford                        10-3          695    12
15.  Georgia                            8-5          690      -
16.  Louisville                      9-4          629    21
17.  Florida                            9-4          624    14
18.  Miami                                9-4          492    20
19.  South  Florida              11-2          327    19
20.  Kansas  St.                      9-4          317      -
21.  Virginia  Tech              10-4          240    16
22.  West  Virginia              10-3          207    18
23.  Texas                                5-7          173      -
24.  Washington  St.              8-5          133      -
25.  Tennessee                        9-4          114    22
   Others receiving votes: TCU 98, Utah 85, Notre Dame 65, Boise St. 37, NC State 26, Northwestern 25, Pittsburgh 23, Oregon 21, Houston 19, Colorado 18, UCLA 9, San Diego St. 9, BYU 5, Appalachian St. 4, Nebraska 4, Tulsa 4, Kentucky 3, Texas A&M 3, Michigan St. 1.

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