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Wisconsin is 4-2 on the season and coming off a big win against Illinois. The Badgers offense really clicked and looked like the offense that many expected to see coming into the season. Montee Ball and the rushing attack are finding their stride, while Jared Abbrederis continues to be the best receiver in the conference.
On the other hand, Purdue is 3-2 on the season following a blowout loss to Michigan. The Boilermaker defense was shredded by Denard Robinson, while Caleb TerBush struggled mightily against the Wolverine defense.
The question is which Caleb TerBush will show up, the one who torched Marshall and Eastern Michigan or the one who had a rough game against Michigan? The Purdue defense has taken a step back, and Robert Marve might become the option at quarterback.
Recently, the Badgers have dominated the matchup, winning 6 straight against Purdue, with a 62-17 win in 2011.