Since the Wisconsin Badgers were, yet again, shoved down the nation’s throat on national television a lot of national media was watching them get dismantled methodically by the Michigan Wolverines. Here is a bunch of stuff that people said on Twitter dot com during the game.
Some really good signs for the rest of the season, you know, record-wise.
Seeing Wisconsin this bad is so jarring because it's been 3 decades of rarely having a down year. No losing season since 2001.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) October 2, 2021
Wisconsin hasn't started a season 1-3 since 1990, a year the Badgers finished 1-10.— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) October 2, 2021
That was Barry Alvarez's first season as head coach.
A “grim watch” is putting it kindly, Spencer.
Man Wisconsin is a GRIM watch— BUM CHILLUPS AKA SPENCER HALL (@edsbs) October 2, 2021
This woman is all of us.
Dammit Jane, you don’t even write about college football anymore! LEAVE US ALONE!
This is the most fun ever had at Camp Randall by anyone.— Jane Coaston (@janecoaston) October 2, 2021
Probably the most effort Michigan exerted all day tbqh.
Michigan has the lead against the Badgers so they joined in on Wisconsin's Jump Around pic.twitter.com/icf67zTpUm— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) October 2, 2021
This is the guy y’all wanted to play QB?
My man Gus with the stat of the day. "Wisconsin's QB Wolf never threw a pass somebody didn't catch...9 for 12 with 3 INTs."— Desmond Howard (@DesmondHoward) October 2, 2021
Getting owned in our own student section.
Offseason staff shakeup you say?
Michigan, which got beat by 38 last year against Wisconsin, just hit a deep ball on the Badgers with 5 minutes left for another TD. Wolverines hammering UW today, 38-10. Jim Harbaugh about to go to 5-0 and his off-season staff shake-up is looking really good right now.— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) October 2, 2021
Can’t get to the next level when you just dropped down a couple of levels.
Avert your eyes. Michigan 38, Wisconsin 10. Badgers will move to 0-8 against teams ranked in the AP top-25 in their last eight games.— Jesse Temple (@jessetemple) October 2, 2021
There are way more tweets about this game but I’m tired of looking them up. There is something rotten at the core of this offense and I don’t know if Paul Chryst and the staff, as currently constructed, can fix it. An absolute must this offseason is finding a new offensive coordinator, one that has zero ties to the Wisconsin football program and isn’t afraid to bring in new ideas.
The Badgers old ideas worked for a long time, but they aren’t any longer. Adapt or die, as they say.