Indiana at Wisconsin NCAA College Football 2010

MADISON, WI - OCTOBER 16: John Clay #32 of the Wisconsin Badgers leaps to celebrate a touchdown against the Ohio State Buckeyes with teammate Nick Toon #1 at Camp Randall Stadium on October 16, 2010 in Madison, Wisconsin. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Number 7 Wisconsin Badgers will be hosting the Indiana Hoosiers in a game today for Week 11 of the NCAA College Football. Indiana is looking for its first win in the Big Ten while Wisconsin is avoiding unnecessary defeats since they will not be facing any ranked teams in their next games. A lost by Wisconsin will greatly cost them if they want to be on top of the BCS rankings.

Wisconsin seems to be a favorite in this game against Indiana, however, in order to get to the top of the BCS rankings some of the top teams should lost any of their next game. Without the top teams losing a game it would be impossible for Wisconsin to be on top.

Wisconsin Badgers have made a pure statement in their last three games victories which ended with double digit advantage over their opponents. The Badgers are averaging 35.4 points and on pace to break the school record of 34.3, set in 2005.

If the Hoosiers want to win this game, Ben CHappell should step up and go beyond his limits. Chappel went 27 of 46 for 222 yards last weekend and leads the Big Ten with 296.3 passing yards per game. If he will inspire other members of the team then they might just pull an upset against Wisconsin. Indiana is 10th in the Big Ten and their threat to Wisconsin seems to be quite very remote.

When it comes to personal head-to-head between these two teams, Wisconsin leads Indiana in Madison 20-8-1. Today will be the first meeting of these teams at Camp Randall Stadium since a 33-3 win for the Badgers on Oct. 27, 2007.

So who will win? Will it be Indiana or Wisconsin? Watch out for game updates later in the game.

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