Wisconsin aims for Big Ten West title

MADISON, WI - NOVEMBER 20: Wisconsin Badgers running back Braelon Allen (0) shrugs off the tackle attempt of Nebraska Cornhuskers safety Myles Farmer (4) for his 3rd touchdown of the game durning a college football game between the Nebraska Cornhuske

With a win on Saturday, Nov. 27, Wisconsin will win the Big Ten West Division for the fifth time in eight years and make a seventh trip to the conference championship. 

The Badgers are tied with Ohio State for the most appearances in the first 10 editions of the title game. 

Minnesota has won only one of the last 17 matchups with Wisconsin since 2003, the last time the Gophers hoisted Paul Bunyan's Axe on their home field. They beat the Badgers on the road in 2018.

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Wisconsin LBs Leo Chenal and Jack Sanborn vs. Minnesota QB Tanner Morgan. Chenal and Sanborn are the heart of a Badgers defense that ranks second in FBS with an average of 238 yards allowed per game. Morgan, whose 25 career wins as a starter are the most by a quarterback in Gophers history, according to school records, has passed for 379 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions over the last two weeks.


Wisconsin RB Braelon Allen. The Badgers have won seven straight games, and the 17-year-old freshman has topped the 100-yard mark in each of those while taking over the lead role in the backfield following a season-ending knee injury to Chez Mellusi.

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Minnesota LB Jack Gibbens. The graduate transfer from FCS-level Abilene Christian has been an instant success in his first season of Big Ten ball, leading the Gophers with 76 tackles.

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