Update, 2:07 p.m.: As expected, the Badgers have fallen out of the AP Top 25 as well. The full poll, alongside the Coaches and Sagarin Rankings, are below.
It comes as no surprise that the Badgers are out of the poll now. The AP Top 25, which will be released later this afternoon, will probably bear the same results. Wisconsin was pitiful on offense outside of Melvin Gordon, who ran 27 times for 259 yards and a touchdown. Gordon broke loose several times, but outside of him, the Badgers' essentially had zero options. Tanner McEvoy (4-of-10 for 24 yards and one interception) was so bad as a passer that he was pulled in the second quarter in favor of Joel Stave, who had been inactive for all of September after struggling with "the yips." Stave wasn't much better, ending 8-of-19 for 114 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions.
Throughout college football, the weekend was the wildest yet. Eleven top-25 teams lost, including five of the top 10. Below are the Coaches Poll and Sagarin Rankings*. We'll round up the rest of the pols throughout the day right here.
An explanation of the Sagarin Rankings from SBNation.com:
An early-morning insta-ranking that combines three of Sagarin's computer formulas into one. This is not the formula the BCS used, which excluded margin of victory.
|1||Florida State||Florida State||Auburn|
|3||Mississippi State, Ole Miss (tie)||Baylor||Ole Miss|
|6||Notre Dame||Mississippi State||Texas A&M|
|8||Michigan State||Michigan State||Mississippi State|
|14||Texas A&M||Texas A&M||Michigan State|
|15||Ohio State||Ohio State||Stanford|
|16||Oklahoma State||Kansas State||LSU|
|17||Kansas State||UCLA||Ohio State|
|19||East Carolina||East Carolina||USC|
|20||Arizona State||Arizona State||Florida|