Following Wisconsin's most important win as a program since maybe the 2000 Rose Bowl, Madison could be the most excited college sports town in all of America.
Not only did the Badgers regain their swagger, but they are right back in the thick of the Big Ten race. At 2-1 in the conference, anything is possible for Wisconsin at this point.
If they had fallen to 1-2, the picture would be a lot more bleak.
That said, beating Ohio State doesn't ensure a good bowl game to end the year. Wisconsin still must travel to Iowa City this weekend to play an Iowa squad just as capable of winning the Big Ten as they are.
Then, the Badgers have to go to Purdue, play Indiana at home and travel to the dreaded Michigan Stadium before closing out the year against Northwestern in Camp Randall.
So no, the road doesn't get a whole lot smoother for Wisconsin. They are going to need to play well.
But at 6-1, the Badgers are in a good position to earn another January bowl game.
Here are their chances at some of those games.