The Northwestern vs Wisconsin match will be played later today at 12:00 PM EST at the Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin. This is one of those matches where anything could happen. The polarization of the predictions doesn’t seem to work in this case.
Date and Time: September 30th, 2017 12:00 PM EST
Venue: Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wisconsin
TV: CBS (US)
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Northwestern has come very far. Although they have experienced one defeat against Duke Blue Devils and have had a rough start against Nevada this season, their hopes are up. There is no underestimation in saying that the team has been underperforming this season.
The team has a lot playing on whether they win this match or not. If they win, it’s not just about scores and standings. It’s moreover a point that solidifies the position of Northwestern, claiming that the initial setbacks were minor problems that they can easily deal with. If they lose, however, things go completely out of hand. A 2-2 tally isn’t good for Northwestern and they will be pretty much seen as one of the weaker teams in the tournament right now.
Nevertheless, Northwestern has some good players to look out for. The first name we would like to mention is Justin Jackson (RB) who has two 100-yard games among a 7-carry, 18-yards against Duke. Seeing that offense is key in their match against Wisconsin, he’s really a player to watch.
Northwestern has won 6 out of 11 meetings with the Wisconsin team. However, the latest match has been a defeat for Northwestern.
Wisconsin is 3-0 so far into the season. Their field control looks promising. When you look at the stats, you see how well they are supposed to perform. For starters, in their first three matches, the Badgers have had an average score of 43-10.
Jonathan Taylor (RB) will be important this match for various reasons. He might be a freshman, but he performs really well for one. He rushes 146 yards per game with 5 touchdowns — he leads in the rushing of yards and touchdowns. We look up for some more good play from him.