With a 17-13 win over Iowa Saturday night, the Wisconsin football team maintained its No. 9 ranking in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll. Despite winning their Big Ten opener, the Badgers dropped slightly in the USA Today Coaches’ Poll, moving from seventh to ninth.Behind four touchdown passes by quarterback John David Booty, the USC Trojans remained the top team in both polls, as they have all season. Second-ranked LSU closed the gap in number of votes after beating No. 12 South Carolina in Baton Rouge 28-16, but still trail Southern Cal by 21 first-place votes. Oklahoma, Florida and West Virginia round out the top five.Kentucky jumped all the way to No. 14 after its win against Arkansas. It is the team’s highest ranking since finishing the 1977 season at No. 6 in the AP Poll.An embarrassing 38-35 loss to Syracuse caused Louisville, now 2-2, to fall out of the rankings completely and hurt quarterback Brian Brohm’s Heisman chances. Before Saturday’s game, the Cardinals were slotted as No. 18 in the country. Former No. 20 Texas A&M also dropped from the polls following its 34-17 thumping at the hands of Miami (Fla.).Elsewhere in the Big Ten, Ohio State moved up one spot to eighth in the USA Today poll and now holds down the No. 8 slot in both polls, best of any Big Ten team, thanks to a dominating 58-7 win over Northwestern. Penn State fell 11 spots, from No. 10 to No. 21, following its 14-9 loss to Michigan at the Big House in Ann Arbor.Purdue, now 4-0 after defeating Minnesota at the Metrodome, is currently receiving the most votes of any unranked team in the AP Poll and now finds itself at No. 25 in the USA Today poll. Michigan State traveled to Notre Dame and beat the lowly Irish 31-14, improving its record to 4-0 and giving the Irish their first 0-4 start in school history. As a result, the Spartans were rewarded with a No. 23 ranking in the USA Today poll. Next week, Michigan State will make the trip to Madison to face No. 9 Wisconsin in a 2:30 p.m. kickoff.
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The teams were locked at 5-all at half-time before QSST ran away with the game in the second half. NSWCCC got out to a perfect start, scoring in their first set of six when Wesley Sefuiva combined with Josh Rozairo to send Jonathan Huskins over on the wing. QSST were quick to hit back however, capitalising on a CCC mistake which saw Jackson Luke score on the wing to level the score at 1-all. QSST hit the lead soon after, when Marlon Doak scored on the wing in the fifth minute to take a 2-1 lead. The experienced duo of Sefuiva and Rozairo were quick to retaliate, levelling the score one minute later before reclaiming the lead when Macauley Dawson was the recipient of a great long ball to take a 3-2 lead. Down the other end of the field, Mathew Couper was on the receiving end of a long ball similar to the touchdown prior, levelling the score at 3-all. Luke put his QSST team in front soon after, scoring his second touchdown for the game, showing plenty of speed as he ran down the far wing to score. Huskins then scored his second for NSWCCC in the 11th minute, after being on the receiving end of another great long ball, and locked things up at 4-all. Defence then took over, with both teams unable to score for the next seven minutes following plenty of touchdowns in the first stanza of the game. It looked like QSST would take a one touchdown advantage into the half-time break when Luke Swan scored a touchdown in the final minute of the half. But NSWCCC were determined to lock things up, with Cade Price scoring after the siren to level the game at 5-all at half-time. QSST came back from the half-time break in blistering form, scoring the first four touchdowns of the half to take a 9-5 lead midway through the second half. NSWCCC captain, Sefuiva, led by example shortly after, stepping around the opposition to bring the difference back to three touchdowns, but a double to Theo Majid extended his side’s lead out to five touchdowns. Australian 18’s Boys representative, Mathew Couper, scored his second touchdown for the game, before CCC hit back through Andrew Heffernan. Player of the Final, Lachlan Pierce, continued his impressive game and scored his third touchdown of the half with 90 seconds remaining, to give QSST a six touchdown advantage and claim the title 13-7. NSWCCC’s Josh Rozairo was recognised for his impressive form throughout the event, being named Player of the Series. QSST 13 (Lachlan Pierce 3, Mathew Couper 2, Theo Majid 2, Jackson Luke 2, Jason Norford, Ashley Taylor, Marlon Doak, Luke Swan) defeated NSWCCC 7 (Jonathan Huskins 2, Wesley Sefuiva 2, Luke Tonegato, Andrew Heffernan, Macauley Dawson).Referees: David Baggio, Mick Medlin, Luke McKenzie