The Huskers and Badgers meet at Camp Randall Stadium for a 2:30 p.m. (CT) kick-off, with live television coverage from ABC. The game can also be heard across the Huskers Radio Network.
Nebraska enters the weekend at 3-7 on the season and 1-6 in the Big Ten Conference following a bye week. All seven of Nebraska’s losses have come by a single digits, including four to top-20 opponents.
Wisconsin carries a 7-3 overall record including a 5-2 Big Ten mark. The Badgers opened the season with three losses to top 20 opponents in their first four games but have answer with six consecutive victories. Wisconsin has won each of its last four games by at least 17 points, including a 35-7 win over Northwestern in Madison on Saturday. UW has outscored the last four foes by a combined 144-30 and has not allowed more than 14 points in any of the past six games.