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Badgers march up the polls, after a three-point win at Indiana

The Wisconsin football team kept marching up the polls, after hanging on for a three-point win at Indiana.

The Badgers rose one place to 20th in the BCS Standings, two places to 20th in the coaches' poll, and three spots to 21st in the AP survey.

Wisconsin improved to 7-2 overall, matching its win total from a year ago.

And they're 4-2 in the Big Ten.

This Saturday, Wisconsin hosts a Michigan team which has lost four of its last five games, and is just 1-5 in the conference.

Running backs coach John Settle expects sophomore John Clay to practice Tuesday, and to play against the Wolverines after he suffered a concussion against Indiana.

Right tackle Josh Oglesby also left Saturday's contest for the Badgers with a left knee injury.

Freshman linebacker Chris Borland said Wisconsin played sloppy but finding a way to win showed toughness and maturity.