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College Football Rankings, Week 15: Alabama At No. 2, Wisconsin Breaks Top 10 In AP Poll

The AP Poll was released recently, and the Wisconsin Badgers lead the way for the Big Ten at No. 9 in the nation.

The Associated Press recently released its college football rankings for week 15 of the 2011 season, and Oklahoma State was unable to overtake Alabama for the No. 2 spot in the poll. Alabama beat out Oklahoma State by just 18 points. The Big Ten didn't have a contender for the national championship this year, but the Wisconsin Badgers got back into the top 10 by landing at No. 9 in this week's rankings.

Wisconsin leads a Big Ten conference that doesn't include any teams among the top-8 in the country, but they heavily populate the remainder of the top-25. Beyond the Badgers at No. 9, Michigan State comes in at No. 12, Michigan lands at No. 13, Nebraska sits at No. 21 and Penn State ends at No. 23. 

Here is the complete AP Poll Top 25:

1. LSU
2. Alabama
3, Oklahoma State
4. Stanford
5. USC
6. Oregon
8. Boise State
9. Wisconsin
10. South Carolina
11. Kansas State
12. Michigan State
13. Michigan
14. Clemson
15. Baylor
16. TCU
17. Virginia Tech
18. Georgia
19. Oklahoma
20. Houston
21. Nebraska
22. Southern Miss
23. West Virginia
24. Penn State
25. Florida State

For more on the rest of the college football scene, visit SB Nation NCAA Football.