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Wisconsin ranked in top five in both AP Top 25, Amway Coaches Poll

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The latest College Football Playoff rankings come out Tuesday night.

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After their 38–14 win over Iowa on Saturday, the Wisconsin Badgers now rank Nos. 4 and 5 in the Amway Coaches Poll and Associated Press Top 25, respectively.

It’s a bump down for Wisconsin (10–0, 7–0 Big Ten) in the coaches poll after rising up to No. 3 last week, but a jump up in the AP Top 25 after dropping to No. 6.

UW is ranked No. 3 in Bill Connelly’s S&P+ rankings, with SB Nation’s Jason Kirk now placing the Badgers in the Orange Bowl against Clemson.

Alabama is now ranked No. 1 in the coaches poll, with Miami No. 2. Wisconsin is the top-ranked Big Ten team of five, as seen below:

  • Wisconsin (No. 4, down one spot)
  • Ohio State (No. 8, up three spots)
  • Penn State (No. 11, up two spots)
  • Michigan (No. 18, up four spots)
  • Michigan State (No. 24, down eight spots)

In the AP poll, the Crimson Tide and Hurricanes occupy the top two spots, with the same five Big Ten teams holding the following spots:

  • Wisconsin (No. 5, up one spot)
  • Ohio State (No. 8, up three spots)
  • Penn State (No. 13, up three spots)
  • Michigan (No. 19, up two spots)
  • Michigan State (No. 22, down nine spots)

The College Football Playoff rankings come out at 8 p.m. CT on Tuesday on ESPN.