The rest of the Leaders Division will have to wait another year because the Wisconsin Badgers will be the Leaders’ representative in the Big Ten Championship for the second straight year after a 62-14 win against Indiana at Memorial Stadium.
Last season was the inaugural year for the Championship in Indianapolis, so make it 2-for-2 for the Badgers (7-3, 4-2).
It’s gotten to the point where the Hoosiers (4-6, 2-3) dread playing the Badgers as they’ve been outscored 204-41 in their last three games against Wisconsin. Not only that, but the Badgers racked up a school-record 566 rushing yards in the win.
What It Means: Everyone talked about quarterback Curt Phillips in the week leading up to the game, but what they should have been talking about is the Badgers running backs. Montee Ball (198 yards) and James White (161 yards) helped UW have the best rushing day in school history. It’s safe to say the offensive line is peaking and that Indiana is one of the worst tackling teams in the c...