Wisconsin Set To Welcome Nebraska To Big 10

Seventh ranked Wisconsin (4-0) will host eighth ranked Nebraska (4-0) Saturday.  Its the first time that two top ten teams have met at Camp Randall Stadium since 1962.  Its also the first time that the two football programs have played since 1974.  While Wisconsin won that game, Nebraska has taken three of the previous five meetings.  Badgers head coach Bret Bielema expects a great game…

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Bret Bielema

There has been plenty of national hype for this matchup.  In fact, left guard Travis Frederick and the rest of the Wisconsin offensive line were featured in this week’s Sports Illustrated…

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Tightend Jacob Pedersen said the Badgers are not letting the extra attention get in the way of their preparation…

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While the two teams are unfamiliar with one another, Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini has plenty of respect for Wisconsin…

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Saturday’s Wisconsin – Nebraska game can be heard on 93-9 FM WDOR.  Pregame coverage begins at 5 (or right after the Brewers playoff game).  Kickoff from Camp Randall Stadium is at 7.

Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson

Nebraska QB Taylor Martinez

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