Illinois linebacker Jonathan Brown says No. 25 Wisconsin's offense has it all.
Big offensive line, a pair of big-game backs and a passing game that can make a defense loosened up by the run game pay.
''As a linebacker, you dream of playing games like this in the Big Ten,'' said Brown, who grew up in SEC country in Memphis. ''They might be one of the gold standards for running the ball in the country.''
But when the Badgers (4-2, 2-1 Big Ten) come to Illinois Saturday night, there are two things they'll be missing: a road win and first place in the Big Ten's Leaders Division. One of their losses was at division leader Ohio State.
''To be a good team and have any chance at all to talk to yourself at the end of the year about being a great team, you have to win on the road, and you've got to be able to find a way to get that done,'' first-year head coach Gary Andersen said. ''It hasn't happened yet.''
The Badgers' offense is a force. Melvin Gordon's 145 yards rushing a game is No....