MADISON, Wis. -- Wisconsin steamrolled Penn State 45-7 on Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium in what may have been the most impressive Badgers victory of the season given the circumstances.
With the victory, Wisconsin (10-2, 6-2) captured the Leaders Division title and advanced to face Michigan State (10-2, 7-1) next Saturday in Indianapolis in the inaugural Big Ten championship game.
Handing out grades from Saturday's performance:
Rushing offense: A
They call Montee Ball "MoneyBall" for a reason. The guy has simply been money with the football in his hands all season.
Ball continued his remarkable string of touchdowns, scoring four on the ground against Penn State. In total, he carried the ball 25 times for 156 yards and never lost yardage on any of those runs. It marked his eighth 100-yard game this season and the 14th of his career.
Ball has scored at least two touchdowns in every game this season, breaking a 23-year-old NCAA record of 11 held by Barry Sanders. Ball...