Wisconsin players and coaches spent the week edgy and angry about losing to Arizona State after a controversial decision involving botched refereeing. But the Badgers took their aggression out on Purdue to secure an easy 41-10 victory Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium.
Running backs Melvin Gordon and James White ran wild, while the defense held up its end of the bargain. Still, questions remain about the passing game that continues to dog Wisconsin.
Handing out grades for Wisconsin's Week 4 performance:
Rushing offense: A-plus
What's not to like about the things Wisconsin's tailbacks are doing on the field right now? Melvin Gordon and James White continue to try and one-up each other, and it has resulted in perhaps the most dominant one-two running back punch in all of college football.
On Saturday, Gordon carried 16 times for 147 yards and three touchdowns. White totaled 16 carries for 145 yards and one touchdown -- a career-long 70-yarder in the first quarter. And le...