A play the Wisconsin football team should ditch, a look at the unique lineups the defense used and more observations from UW's win over the Black Knights.
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Wisconsin's offense hasn't lived up to preseason hype, but it can do enough to help the team win the second half of the season.
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The Wisconsin football team had a choice before facing Illinois. It could dwell on an awful start to the season or try to fix what’s broken. They chose Option B.
What’s behind the Badgers can’t change, but they’re trying to punish those in front of them the rest of the way. A dominant performance from their running game in a win against Illinois was a good place to start.
Columnist Jim Polzin gives the Wisconsin football offense its best mark of the season. It was nothing fancy, but it was smashmouth football at its finest.
The Badgers finished with 391 yards rushing and the defense dominated in a 24-0 victory over the Illini.
The University of Wisconsin football team picked up its first road win of the season when the Badgers shut out Big Ten West division rival Illinois 24-0 at Memorial Stadium in Champaign, Ill.
The Badgers defense allowed just three first downs in the first half, and UW leads 10-0 at the break.
Whether you are heading down to Memorial Stadium or watching from the comfort of your couch, the State Journal has Badgers fans covered with a complete breakdown of everything they need to know as the Wisconsin football team squares off against the Illinois Fighting Illini on Saturday in Champaign, Ill.