After a 1-0 week, the Badgers have moved up in the rankings
The Wisconsin Badgers continue their climb in the Associated Press Top 25 poll that was released on Monday.
With a 76-66 win over Western Michigan, Wisconsin moved to 10-2 on the year. They also moved up one spot from No. 15 to No. 14 in the latest AP Top 25 Poll.
This is the highest the Badgers have been ranked all season long after their impressive start to the 2022-23 campaign. With Big Ten play looming, the Badgers will look to make a statement in the conference and improve the ranking as well.
The Big Ten had a total of 4 teams ranked in this week’s poll headlined by No. 1 Purdue. The Boilermakers have held the top spot for a few weeks now with their 13-0 start.
Indiana is ranked No. 15 while Ohio State checks in at No. 24 after dropping out a week ago. Below is the full poll for this week:
- New Mexico
- Ohio State
- Iowa State
Others receiving votes:
LSU 83, San Diego State 72, Mississippi State 62, Kentucky 53, Kansas State 41, Illinois 21, Marquette 20, Providence 14, Virginia Tech 7, Memphis 6, West Virginia 5, Michigan State 5, Florida Atlantic 3, Creighton 1