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PURDUE (1 - 2) at WISCONSIN (2 - 1)
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Week 4 Saturday, 9/21/2013 3:30 PM
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PURDUE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-2-11-21-117.09.0268.0(4.3)1.729.05.7373.3(5.4)1.7
Road Games0-1-10-10-07.07.0226.0(4)
Last 3 Games1-2-11-21-117.09.0268.0(4.3)1.729.05.7373.3(5.4)1.7
Turf Games0-1-10-10-07.07.0226.0(4)
PURDUE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.
Offense Road Games7.07.012.026:1222-65(3)18-3551.4%161(4.6)57-226(4)(32.3)
Defense (All Games)29.05.718.730:0335-117(3.3)22-3464.1%256(7.5)70-373(5.4)(12.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.913.820.329:3634-147(4.3)21-3558.9%276(7.8)69-423(6.1)(13.2)
Defense Road Games42.014.020.033:4847-221(4.7)17-2568.0%204(8.2)72-425(5.9)(10.1)

WISCONSIN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-1-13-01-241.019.7548.3(8)
Home Games2-002-00-246.522.5602.0(8.5)
Last 3 Games2-1-13-01-241.019.7548.3(8)
Turf Games2-002-00-246.522.5602.0(8.5)
WISCONSIN - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)41.019.722.032:3642-337(8)17-2664.1%211(8.1)68-548(8)(13.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.32.817.720.433:5342-284(6.7)17-2566.8%194(7.7)68-478(7.1)(14.6)
Offense Home Games46.522.525.534:5347-390(8.2)17-2372.3%212(9)71-602(8.5)(12.9)
Defense (All Games)10.74.317.027:2434-87(2.6)17-3351.0%178(5.3)67-264(3.9)(24.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.16.810.716.727:0734-92(2.7)18-3255.9%198(6.1)67-290(4.4)(17.2)
Defense Home Games0.00.09.525:0729-72(2.4)11-2444.9%90(3.7)54-162(3)(325000000)
Average power rating of opponents played: PURDUE 31,  WISCONSIN 18
PURDUE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
8/31/2013@ CINCINNATI7-42L10.5L49P22-6518-35-161447-22117-25-2043
9/7/2013INDIANA ST20-14W-17L -46-13415-24-150022-3929-45-2561
9/14/2013NOTRE DAME24-31L17W47O21-3825-41-256137-9120-33-3091
9/21/2013@ WISCONSIN            
9/28/2013N ILLINOIS            
10/19/2013@ MICHIGAN ST            

WISCONSIN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013TENNESSEE TECH48-0W-45W -51-38724-29-219130-448-19-692
9/14/2013@ ARIZONA ST30-32L7W55O32-23116-31-210142-11629-51-3522
9/28/2013@ OHIO ST            
10/19/2013@ ILLINOIS            
PURDUE: Former Kent State head man Darrell Hazell is ditching the spread offense and promises a more physical, pro-style attack under OC John Shoop. QB Rob Henry (6.1 YPA, 11 TD, 8 INT career) will likely win the starting job over freshmen Danny Etling and Austin Appleby, but Henry last started in 2010. Senior WR Gary Bush (360 rec. yds, 7 TD) highlights a subpar group of receivers. Hazell believes speedy RB Akeem Hunt (75 carries, 8.3 YPC career) can be the bell-cow now that he's added more muscle. Purdue's poor defense (416 YPG, 11th in Big Ten) allowed 41.2 PPG in its final six defeats and lost DT Kawann Short to the NFL. DT Bruce Gaston (5.5 TFL) will try to fill the void, and DE Ryan Russell (4 sacks) is a budding star. CB Ricardo Allen (7 INT career) is a blanket and S Landon Feichter (80 tackles, 4 INT) makes plays. The top linebacker is Sean Robinson (3 PD), a former quarterback.
WISCONSIN: Although Big Ten champion Wisconsin was 8-6, those defeats were by a total of 25 points. New coach Gary Andersen and new OC Andy Ludwig first have to pick a starter between sophomore QB Joel Stave (1,104 pass yds, 6 TD, 3 INT) and senior QB Curt Phillips (605 pass yds, 5 TD, 3 INT career). They also need to bolster their injury-plagued offensive line. RBs James White (806 rush yds, 12 TD) and RB Melvin Gordon (621 rush yds, 10.0 YPC) are a fierce 1-2 combo to replace Montee Ball. WR Jared Abbrederis (837 rec. yds, 5 TD) has all-conference talent, but the Badgers need more options in the receiving game. Wisconsin's sure-fire defense (323 YPG, 15th in FBS) will blitz more often under new DC Dave Aranda to help a young secondary. LB Chris Borland (104 tackles) leads a deep and versatile front seven with talented DE/OLB hybrids Brendan Kelly and Tyler Dippel (5 sacks each).
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*Purdue-Wisconsin Preview* ==========================

Purdue (1-2) at Wisconsin (2-1), 3:30 p.m. EDT

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Wisconsin is trying to move past an excruciating and bizarre loss, and focus on its Big Ten opener against Purdue on Saturday.

The No. 24 Badgers (2-1) lost 32-30 to Arizona State when officials erred in allowing the clock to expire after quarterback Joel Stave awkwardly kneeled down and planted the ball on the field, denying Wisconsin the opportunity to attempt a possible game-winning field goal.

The Pac-12 issued a statement Monday acknowledging the errors by its officiating crew, saying it has "reprimanded and taken additional sanctions against officials" in their handling of the final seconds.

"To us, it doesn't matter. It's probably the (politically correct) thing to do and something they had to do," said Wisconsin linebacker Chris Borland. "But, we don't care about that. We lost the game, so that's all we care about."

"You can't afford to dwell," Borland said. "You really don't have time, our busy schedules, the practicality of things that we need to do next Saturday, make it easy to forget about what transpired, regardless of if it was something like last week or if it would have been a game-winning kick, we'd have to move on either way."

Coach Gary Andersen said he didn't expect the result of the game to be changed.

"It doesn't change the outcome obviously and, like I said earlier, I don't expect that," Andersen said. "But, it's accountability and at the end of the day, that's what we asked for."

Wisconsin probably couldn't ask for a more ideal opponent to kick off its Big Ten slate. The Badgers haven't lost to Purdue since October 2003, winning the past seven meetings - the last five by an average of 29.6 points.

Wisconsin is second in the nation with 1,011 rushing yards through three games, and that's how it was able to steamroll the Boilermakers (1-2) in West Lafayette a year ago. The Badgers ran for 467 yards and four touchdowns in a 38-14 victory.

Purdue is off to a rough start in Darrell Hazell's first season on the sidelines largely because it can't run. The Boilermakers are 113th in the nation in rushing yards per game with 79.0, and were held to 38 on 21 carries against Notre Dame last Saturday.

Still, Purdue led the then-No. 21 Irish 17-10 heading into the fourth quarter before allowing three straight touchdowns in a 31-24 loss.

Rob Henry threw three touchdown passes after throwing none in the first two weeks, though his lone interception was returned for a TD early in the fourth.

"I thought we played more consistent on offense," Hazell said. "I thought Rob played a great game, other than the one throw. I though Rob played a great game in terms of creating plays, which we thought he could do all along."

As long as the Badgers haven't had a game come down to the wire, they've been in good shape in recent years. Wisconsin's last 11 losses dating to October 2010 have been by a touchdown or less, including the 37-31 "Hail Mary" loss to Michigan State in 2011 on the final play of the game.

The Badgers do have plenty of room to improve defensively. After dominating Massachusetts and FCS school Tennessee Tech in a pair of shutouts, Wisconsin was shredded for 468 yards by the Sun Devils, including 352 passing by Taylor Kelly, who completed 29 of 51 passes.

"Did we play great defense, which was in the plan to winning that game? No, we did not," Andersen said. "It was solid enough to keep us in the game and put us in a position to be able to do some good things."

Now it's back to Madison, where Wisconsin has won four consecutive Big Ten home openers and nine of its last 10.

"I think everybody's a little edgy, everybody's a little excited," Andersen said. "Coming back home, first Big Ten game, all that is there. I think our kids will bounce back will. It's part of life. It's life lessons that can be learned, you can only control what you can control."

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