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Badgers Run All Over Cornhuskers

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There wasn’t any disputing Wisconsin’s dominance over Nebraska in the Big Ten Championship game.

It was just shocking in its utter completeness.

The Badgers came to Indianapolis with a 7-5 record and only made the title game because Ohio State and Penn State were ineligible to participate. But Wisconsin was clearly the better team at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday. The beatdown started early and continued through a convincing 70-31 final, sending the Badgers to the Rose Bowl for the third straight season.

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