Wisconsin, who was ranked at No. 19 entering the season, saw themselves amongst the Top 25 for the first two weeks of the poll, but have been left out since.
However, the Badgers continued to receive more votes in the released AP Poll for Week 7, being one of 11 teams to be honored outside of the Top 25.
Here are the full A.P. Poll rankings for Week 5, with first-place votes listed in parentheses.
1. Georgia (50)
2. Michigan (11)
3. Ohio State (1)
4. Florida State (1)
6. Penn State
12. North Carolina
13. Ole Miss
15. Oregon State
19. Washington State
21. Notre Dame
Other schools receiving votes
Missouri 69, Wyoming 42, Wisconsin 41, Air Force 41, Tulane 27, West Virginia 26, Clemson 17, Maryland 9, Iowa 7, James Madison 7, Texas A&M 5
Up and Down
Week 6 saw a number of big fallers as Miami, Notre Dame, Washington State, and Texas all dropped significantly after their respective losses.
Two teams fell out of the Top 25 this week: Missouri, who lost 39-29 to No. 22 LSU, and Fresno State, who lost 24-19 to Wyoming.
The Badgers jumped in the votes column after a 24-13 win over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, moving from earning five votes to 41, the third-most amongst non-AP Top 25 teams.
Now, the Badgers have a chance to continue that improvement in Week 7 against the Iowa Hawkeye, where they're currently seen as nine-point favorites.