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College Football Polls Week 5: Wisconsin still at No. 17 in Amway Coaches Poll, No. 19 in AP poll

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After a dominant performance against the MAC's Bowling Green, Wisconsin remains stationary in both polls but still the second-highest ranked team from the Big Ten.

Grey Satterfield

The Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Bowling Green Falcons 68-17 Saturday afternoon. Despite the convincing victory, their positions in both the Amway Coaches Poll and AP poll stayed the same. Here are the polls, as well as the Sagarin rankings, for your viewing in their entirety:

AP Coaches Sagarin
1 Florida State Florida State Alabama
2 Oregon Alabama Oklahoma
3 Alabama Oklahoma Auburn
4 Oklahoma Oregon Oregon
5 Auburn Auburn Texas A&M
6 Texas A&M Baylor Georgia
7 Baylor Texas A&M Florida State
8 Notre Dame Notre Dame Baylor
9 Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State
10 Ole Miss UCLA LSU
11 UCLA Ole Miss UCLA
12 Georgia Arizona State Notre Dame
13 South Carolina Georgia Wisconsin
14 Mississippi State Stanford Stanford
15 Arizona State South Carolina Ole Miss
16 Stanford Mississippi State USC
17 LSU Wisconsin Ohio State
18 USC LSU Kansas State
19 Wisconsin Nebraska Clemson
20 BYU Ohio State Oklahoma State
21 Nebraska BYU South Carolina
22 Ohio State USC Florida
23 East Carolina Duke Mississippi State
24 Oklahoma State East Carolina Arizona State
25 Kansas State Kansas State BYU
For a composite Top 25 college football ranking, visit SBNation.com

Wisconsin remains the second-highest Big Ten program in each of the polls behind Michigan State. The Spartans moved up to No. 9 in both human polls, while dropping one spot from No. 8 to No. 9 in the Sagarin rankings. Behind the Badgers in the human polls are Nebraska (No. 19 Coaches/No. 21 AP) and Ohio State (No. 20/No. 22).

Interesting to note in the coaches poll how the Badgers are now ahead of LSU by one position, after the Tigers fell in a 34-29 upset to now No. 16/No. 14 Mississippi State at home.