Monday, November 26, 2007

Badger Football climbs in polls.

Wisconsin’s football team, which was idle this weekend after having completed its regular season on Nov. 17, moved up four spots to No. 16 in the USA Today Coaches Poll released Sunday. The Badgers were also on the rise in the AP Poll, moving up to 19th.
In the new BCS Rankings, Wisconsin moved up to No. 18. After another wild weekend in college football, the top of the rankings were shook up again. Missouri took over the top spot in the BCS, followed by West Virginia, Ohio State, Georgia and Kansas.
The Badgers, who are 9-3 overall and have won four of their last five games, are still waiting to find out which bowl game they will play in.
The coaches voted West Virginia as the new No. 1 team, followed by Missouri and Ohio State. Georgia is ranked fourth, with Virginia Tech and Kansas tied for fifth. The only other Big Ten school in the coaches top 25 is Illinois at No. 14.
The AP Poll has Missouri as the No. 1 team in the nation, while West Virginia is No. 2, Ohio State third, Georgia fourth and LSU rounding out the top-five. GO BUCKY!!!!!!!


Hugh Jass said...

What kind of bowl game is Bucky gonna get this year?

Wisconsin Music Man said...
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Wisconsin Music Man said...

I think that the Badgers will get the Outback Bowl.