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By JOHN MARSHALL
AP College Football Writer
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Arizona State beat Wisconsin thanks to a bizarre finish that still had everyone talking two days later.
Overshadowed by the strangeness of the ending was the Sun Devils' accomplishment: They beat a ranked team for one of their biggest wins in years despite not playing their best.
Arizona State had numerous miscues and missed opportunities, yet still managed to hold on for a 32-30 win over the then-No. 20 Badgers.
The Sun Devils eked it out after Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave's strange-looking kneel down confused nearly everyone and ran out the clock on the Badgers.
The win moved Arizona State into The Associated Press poll for the first time in two years, at No. 23.
Next up is another big challenge: At No. 5 Stanford.

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