Watching the Penn State scandal develop from afar, Wisconsin football players have a difficult time imagining how they'd react if they were caught in the middle of a similar situation.
And they're impressed with the way Nittany Lions players have handled it.
''I just give my heart out to the victims that were in the situation,'' Badgers running back Montee Ball said. ''With the players, I feel for them, but in a situation like that I'm sure they're happy to play some football - and they're doing a good job at it.''
There's a game to play Saturday, when No. 15 Wisconsin takes on No. 20 Penn State at Camp Randall Stadium. The winner clinches the Big Ten Leaders division and will take on Legends division winner Michigan State in the Big Ten championship game in Indianapolis next Saturday.
And while the child sex abuse allegations against former Penn State assistant Jerry Sandusky - which led to the firing of iconic coach Joe Paterno and rocked the entire school to its foundations -...