Indiana and Wisconsin present as stark of a contrast of styles as there is among any two teams in the Big Ten. Indiana scores more points per game (87.1) than any other team in the conference. Wisconsin allows fewer (54.7) than any other team. Indiana plays at the No. 41 tempo in Division I and the the fastest in the Big Ten, averaging 70.5 possessions per game according to KenPom.com. Wisconsin’s tempo (63.9 possessions per game) ranks 309th in Division I and Nebraska is the only team in the conference that plays slower.