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Heat Index: 7 out of 10 (Another top-notch college football game)
A game between two top-10 teams would usually be the focus of the college football world, but Nebraska and Wisconsin will be overshadowed by the aforementioned SEC power struggle. That said, this game will be nearly equally as entertaining.
Dual threat quarterback Taylor Martinez is one of the toughest players in American to stop because he can beat you in so many ways. Whether it be running draw plays, taking shots deep, scrambling for big yards or running the option, Martinez does it all and is a nightmare for opposing defenses.
He has teamed up with Rex Burkhead to score 14 rushing touchdowns already in 2011 and those two will have to control the ball (and the clock) if Nebraska plans on shocking the Badgers. Not to mention the huge effort that will be necessary from the Cornhuskers defense.
The reason a monumental effort will be needed by Nebraska's 'D' can be summed up in four names: Russell Wilson, Montee Ball, James White and Nick Toon. Nobody has been able to slow them down yet and it's hard to see it happening anytime soon.
Look for this game to be a back-and-forth affair until halftime. During the second 30 minutes the Badgers will gain control of the game and Nebraska won't be able to make enough stops to get back into the contest.
Biggest Question Asked: Which unbeaten team will remain that way after Week 5?
Biggest Question Answered: Wisconsin. With the quartet of Wilson, Ball, White and Toon leading the way, the Badgers just have too many weapons for Nebraska.
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