The Wisconsin football team will take on Michigan State Saturday night in the inaugural Big Ten Championship Game. The Badgers are 6-2 in the Big Ten while the Spartans have a conference record of 7-1 and both teams have identical overall records of 10-2. Back on October 22nd, Wisconsin lost at Michigan State 37-31 on a last second Hail Mary pass. Safety Aaron Henry views the rematch as a chance for the Badgers defense to redeem itself…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/HENRY1.mp3|titles=HENRY1]
In that first meeting, Wisconsin had a punt blocked for a touchdown and a field goal blocked, which resulted in an 80-yard scoring drive by Michigan State. Badgers fullback Bradie Ewing said that special teams will be key…
While Wisconsin fans may view Saturday’s title game as a chance for revenge, it is not motivation for the Badgers. At least that’s according to right guard Kevin Zeitler…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/ZEITLER1.mp3|titles=ZEITLER1]
Wisconsin is looking to win its second consecutive Big Ten title. Head coach Bret Bielema knows that if his team wants to accomplish that, it can not afford to take a single play off against Michigan State…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/BIELEMA1.mp3|titles=BIELEMA1]
Satuday’s winner not only claims the Big Ten title and the Stagg Championship Trophy, but also earns the conference’s spot in the Rose Bowl. You can hear the Big Ten Championship Game on 93.9 FM WDOR. Kick-off from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis is scheduled for 7:17.