No. 20 Wisconsin (6-2, 2-2) looks to rebound after two unbelievable losses in back-to-back games as they host Big Ten Conference foe Purdue (4-4, 2-2). The Badgers had an improbable two games decided in the last second in the last two weeks, as they lost on Hail Mary passes to Michigan State and Ohio State.
Where: Camp Randall Stadium; Madison, Wis.
When: Saturday, Nov. 5 at 3:30 p.m. ET
Watch: ABC, ESPN-2 or ESPN-3.com
Radio Station: 100.7 FM Z100 (WBIZ-FM) Wisconsin - 96.5 FM (WAZY-FM) Purdue
Betting Line: According to Bodog.eu, it’s Wisconsin -26. Take the Badgers, as Purdue was thumped by Michigan last week, and Wisconsin is finally coming home, after two straight losses on the road.
Who Might Not Play For Wisconsin: No injuries to report as of right now.
Who Might Not Play for Purdue: DE Ryan Russell missed the second half against Michigan with a foot injury. He may not play this week against Wisconsin.
Can Wisconsin bounce back after their losses on the road in the last two weeks?
For Wisconsin, they still have a great shot at winning the Leaders division of the Big Ten Conference. They should win this game and will continue to win building to their division championship game, against Penn State.
Wisconsin Player to Watch: QB Russell Wilson
Wilson is still the best player on this Wisconsin team and quite possibly, is the best player in the Big Ten. He will have to have a great game on Saturday, if this Badgers team is going to be successful on Saturday.
Purdue Player to Watch: LB Joe Holland
Holland had an interception against Michigan that he returned for a touchdown, which was Purdue’s only score on the day.
Who will win this game?
Key Matchup: Wisconsin WR Jared Abbrederis vs. the Purdue secondary
Jared Abbrederis went off last week against Ohio State in a losing manner, as he set a career high of six receptions 113 yards and two touchdowns. He will have another huge day this week against the Purdue secondary, as QB Russell Wilson will be looking his way a lot on Saturday.
Prediction: Wisconsin 65, Purdue 17