Russell Wilson and the Badgers took a leisurely stroll through another overwhelmed Big Ten team Saturday, cruising to a 59-7 shellacking of Indiana to lock up bowl eligiblity. (We know you were worried about that.)
Wilson was 12-of-17 for 166 yards and a touchdown passing. He also ran for 42 yards and caught a 25-yard touchdown reception. But for the most part, the Badgers were content to hammer away at Indiana with a ground game that rolled up 331 yards on 42 carries.
The Hoosiers also got most of their yardage on the ground, though not necessarily by choice; their quarterbacks were a combined 8-of-20 for 64 yards and two touchdowns. Stephen Houston was Indiana's leader on the ground, carrying it 19 times for 135 yards and the Hoosier's sole touchdown. And whenever the word "sole touchdown" appears in an item about Wisconsin, it's pretty easy to guess which way the game went.