MADISON, Wis. (AP) - No. 24 Wisconsin is trying to move past an excruciating and bizarre loss, and focus on its Big Ten opener against Purdue.
The Badgers (2-1) lost 32-30 to Arizona State when officials erred in allowing the clock to expire, denying the Badgers the opportunity to attempt a possible game-winning field goal. The Pac-12 issued a statement Monday acknowledging the errors by its officiating crew, saying it has ``reprimanded and taken additional sanctions against officials'' in their handling of the final seconds.
Wisconsin linebacker Chris Borland says the team doesn't care about the Pac-12's decision. A loss is a loss and now it's time to get ready for Purdue.
Borland says: ``You can't afford to dwell.''

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