Wisconsin Badgers vs. Purdue Boilermakers NCAAF Free Pick

Published November 8, 2014.
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Play on:  Wisconsin (-17) over Purdue @ 12:00 Eastern

The Badgers (6-2) go on the road Saturday in the second of BB road games vs. Purdue (3-6). In the series, Wisconsin has won 8 straight, the last five by a combined score of 212/54, an average of 31.6 points per outing.  The Badgers have covered 8 straight in the series, 5 in a row at West Lafayette.  Also, after being defeated last week by #17 Nebraska 35-14, the Purdue losing streak vs. ranked opponents is 2-31 SU.  Nebraska started their offense on the Purdue side of the field 6 times, 3 went for touchdowns. Part of the ‘Due deficit was accrued via two blocked punts.  On the other hand, Wisconsin smashed Rutgers 37-0 for their seventh regular season shutout in 9 years.  Wisky is 4-1 ATS after a shutout. By the way, QB Nova of the Scarlet Knights did start, 5/15 with 40+ yards passing was all he could offer to the homecoming crowd.  Interesting, the Badgers play Nebraska after Purdue, who they crushed 70-31 in the 2012 playoffs. Going back to Saturday, we note AA RB Gordon of Wisconsin is banged up, but not to worry as RB Clement averaged 9.4 yards per carry against Rutgers as the second running back. With the favorite 7-0 ATS in the series and Wisconsin 4-0 ATS vs. a losing team look for the BADGERS to roll again!

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