Found December 31, 2012 on Tireball.com:
The Wisconsin Badgers will play against the No. 6 Stanford Cardinal. Kickoff: 5:00 pm EST Television: ESPN Line: Stanford is a 5.5 point favorite against Wisconsin. Over/under:  47.0 points WIS STAN W-L 8-5 11-2 Avg Points 30.8 28.5 Avg Points Allowed 19.1 17.5 Home Record 6-2 7-0 Road Record 2-3 4-2
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