College Football Pick Wisconsin at Purdue 11-6-10

November 2, 2010

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College Football Pick Wisconsin at Purdue 11-6-10

#9 Wisconsin Badgers (7-1) v. Purdue Boilermakers (4-4)

Saturday, November 6th, 2010 12:00PM EST

Line: Wisconsin -20

The Wisconsin Badgers became the newly forgotten team after their 10-point loss to Michigan State three weeks ago. Since then, the team has been able to win their next three games while outscoring their opponents by more than eleven points. Their last two wins over Ohio State and Iowa were critical to the team’s mindset before heading into the bye week. Purdue has lost their last two games; their passing game has notably struggled in these losses, while their running attack seems to still remain solid for the season.

Keys to the Game:

–          Purdue’s running game is 39th in the nation. The team is averaging 174 yards a game thanks to their running back, Dan Dierking. Dierking has rushed for 403 yards and three touchdowns this season.

–         Wisconsin’s really close victory over Iowa has showed how this team can still compete with the elite teams despite their one loss. The team’s prime back, John Clay was able to reassure his team why he was a Heisman candidate. Clay was able to rush for 91 yards and two touchdowns in the team’s last game.

–         Purdue has also benefitted from letting their young quarterback, Rob Henry call the shots from the backfield. The quarterback has boosted the team’s running game, rushing for 391 yards and four touchdowns this season.

Free College Football Pick

Look for the Badgers to dominate on the ground while trusting their talented quarterback, Scott Tolzien. The Boilermakers’ defense has looked really soft in the past couple of weeks, expect Wisconsin to come off a bye week oozing with adrenaline and momentum.

Free College Football Picks: Wisconsin -20


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