Somehow, Mondays seem easier when you know you only have to go to school for two days.
Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel writes that the Badgers proved they were the better team on Saturday after a resounding 48-28 win over Michigan. The Badgers ran the ball 31 straight times at one point during the game, and racked up 357 yards on the ground. Michigan's quarterback Denard Robinson rushed for 121 yards and set a NCAA record for rushing yards by a quarterback, but it just wasn't enough to beat the Badgers.
The Badgers may have also proved to themselves that they are better than the team that lost to Michigan State back in September. Since the loss in East Lansing, the Badgers have outscored their opponents by a margin or 268-132, barely doubling their opponent's score on average.
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Michael Hunt from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel write that everything might be coming up roses for the Badgers as they head into the last week of the regular season.
Mike Lucas from UWBadgers.com also has a column up about the last time the Badgers needed some help to get into the Rose Bowl.
Dave Heller from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel has listed every one of 31 (29?) straight running plays from the Badgers' win over Michigan.
Adam Mertz of Madison.com talks about how the Badgers maintained their lead in the BCS standings over the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Adam Rittenberg of ESPN.com's Big Ten Blog has his bowl projections posted for week 12. Rittenberg still has the Badgers in the Rose Bowl.
Rittenberg also continued his "What we learned in the Big Ten" series for week 12.
The Badger men's hockey team was swept over the weekend by the No. 1 University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. Both games went into overtime, with a 6-5 loss on Friday and a 3-2 loss on Saturday.
5 days until the regular season finale!