INDIANAPOLIS Sometimes, you show up to a stadium or turn on the television with absolutely no idea how a game will play out. Pundits say it should be close, but who really knows until they take the field?
That's the beauty of sports.
Wisconsin entered Saturday's Big Ten championship against Nebraska as a slight underdog and unloaded on the Cornhuskers with an offensive performance we may never see again in the title game. When the dust settled, Wisconsin crushed Nebraska 70-31, using trick plays and a running game that looked as good as it has at any point in program history.
Not bad from a team that finished in third place in the Leaders Division and wasn't really supposed to be in Indianapolis.
Handing out grades for Wisconsin's performance in the Big Ten championship:
Passing offense: BAs we've seen a few times this season, Wisconsin really had no need to air the ball out with the way it was tearing apart a defense on the ground.
Badgers quarterback Curt Phillips completed...