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WISCONSIN (5 - 2) at IOWA (5 - 3)
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Week 10 Saturday, 11/2/2013 12:00 PM
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WISCONSIN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-206-03-439.920.9513.6(7.5)1.115.910.0285.0(4.4)1.4
Road Games1-2-12-02-136.718.7439.3(6.9)0.731.718.0416.3(5.6)1.3
Last 3 Games2-1+12-01-238.321.0468.0(6.8)1.323.015.7340.7(5.2)1.0
Turf Games5-1+15-02-441.522.0525.7(7.5)
Conference Games3-1+13-02-239.021.7487.5(7.1)1.219.714.2300.5(4.8)1.0
WISCONSIN - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)39.920.922.433:3543-297(6.9)16-2663.2%217(8.3)69-514(7.5)(12.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.914.621.731:2040-202(5)19-3162.9%225(7.3)71-427(6)(13.8)
Offense Road Games36.718.720.030:4135-208(5.9)17-2960.5%231(8.1)64-439(6.9)(12)
Defense (All Games)15.910.016.726:2531-88(2.8)18-3355.1%197(5.9)65-285(4.4)(18)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.314.319.329:4037-148(4)18-3159.4%211(6.9)68-360(5.3)(14.2)
Defense Road Games31.718.025.329:1938-127(3.3)24-3765.5%290(7.9)75-416(5.6)(13.1)

IOWA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-3+0.65-35-227.417.5397.4(5.4)1.518.15.0320.5(4.8)1.7
Home Games3-2-0.42-33-129.018.6392.4(5.3)1.816.66.0317.0(4.6)2.0
Last 3 Games1-2-1.22-12-118.313.7314.7(4.9)1.323.36.7412.0(5.5)1.0
Turf Games4-3-0.44-34-227.418.1400.1(5.6)1.617.75.7320.7(4.8)1.7
Conference Games2-2-0.23-12-219.514.5352.0(5.4)
IOWA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)27.417.521.031:5343-189(4.3)18-3060.5%209(7)73-397(5.4)(14.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.313.22130:5440-169(4.3)20-3457.6%227(6.7)74-396(5.4)(15)
Offense Home Games29.018.620.631:1243-183(4.2)19-3161.5%209(6.7)74-392(5.3)(13.5)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2914.120.230:5040-190(4.7)17-3057.4%192(6.4)70-381(5.5)(13.1)
Defense Home Games16.66.016.028:2735-133(3.8)18-3354.5%184(5.5)68-317(4.6)(19.1)
Average power rating of opponents played: WISCONSIN 30.3,  IOWA 32.2
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 ST24-31L7T55.5U27-10420-34-295143-19217-25-1980
10/19/2013@ ILLINOIS56-32W-14.5W55.5O46-28916-21-189029-7226-34-3192
11/2/2013@ IOWA            
11/23/2013@ MINNESOTA            
11/30/2013PENN ST            

IOWA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013MISSOURI ST28-14W-24.5L -58-29619-28-193123-7014-30-1272
9/14/2013@ IOWA ST27-21W0W46.5O60-21814-23-160124-5922-39-2602
9/21/2013W MICHIGAN59-3W-16.5W47O58-25811-18-188220-7416-38-1354
9/28/2013@ MINNESOTA23-7W-2.5W44.5U45-24615-25-218127-3012-24-1352
10/5/2013MICHIGAN ST14-26L-1.5L37.5O16-2326-46-241237-13525-44-2771
10/19/2013@ OHIO ST24-34L19W54.5O27-13019-34-245151-27322-27-2220
11/9/2013@ PURDUE            
11/29/2013@ NEBRASKA            
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).
IOWA: The Hawkeyes had a dreadful 4-8 season (2-5 at home), scoring just 16.7 PPG during a season-ending, six-game skid. The nation's 8th-worst offense (310 YPG), that threw only 7 TD, will likely be led by sophomore QB Jake Rudock, who topped 5,000 passing yards in high school. WR Kevonte Martin-Manley (571 rec. yds) and TE C.J. Fiedorowicz (433 rec. yds) are the top targets. Iowa will continue to pound the football with RBs Mark Weisman (815 rush yds, 8 TD) and Damon Bullock (513 rush yds) behind an elite offensive line. The Hawkeyes had the nation's best turnover margin (+1.0 per game) of any sub-.500 team. Plenty of players return to a strong defense (22.9 PPG, 33rd in FBS), most notably LBs Anthony Hitchens (11.3 tackles per game, 6th in FBS) and James Morris (113 tackles). The D-Line needs to generate more than 13 sacks (T-115th in FBS), but the secondary is in good shape.
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*Wisconsin-Iowa Preview* ========================

No. 24 Wisconsin (5-2) at Iowa (5-3), 12:00 p.m. EDT

(AP) - Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen said an opportune bye week has allowed his players to get their legs back as the 22nd-ranked Badgers renew their regional rivalry Saturday at Iowa - with the concern being one leg in particular.

The week off allowed standout senior linebacker Chris Borland to rest his strained right hamstring, injured two weeks ago in a 56-32 victory over Illinois. Borland is expected to be on the field this weekend.

"He would not have played last Saturday," Andersen said. "It came at a great time for Chris because I know how much it means to him and how much it means for us to have him on the field. And, for our football team, we took advantage of it, tried to get our legs back underneath us as much as possible."

Borland, who missed two games last season with the same strained hamstring, said rest is the only cure.

"I'm really not a big percentage guy, either you can go or you can't," Borland said Monday. "Today, I couldn't. But by Wednesday or Thursday, I will be able to. It's the type of thing where you have to give it time. There's really no toughing out a hamstring. The bye week came at a good time and that is enough rest."

Although the Badgers (5-2, 3-1 Big Ten) controlled the game offensively against Illinois thanks to running backs Melvin Gordon and James White, they allowed 319 yards passing and seemed out of sync defensively without Borland.

"Practice, we'll be careful. We'll continually watch him and monitor him as it goes. The trainers have done a great job as far as getting him to this point. Chris has done a great job, obviously," Andersen said. "It's not an injury that's foreign to him. He's been through this before a couple times where he sits and I think he'll get back as soon as he can. But, I'm very optimistic that he'll play in the game."

The Badgers, who have won two straight after a 31-24 loss at Ohio State, enter a five-game stretch without a break, including three at home.

Historically strong rivals who play for the Heartland Trophy, Wisconsin and Iowa (5-3, 2-2) have not met since 2010, when the Badgers salvaged a 31-30 victory. The series that began in 1906 is even at 42-42-2.

This will be the first trip to Kinnick Stadium for Andersen, in his first season at Wisconsin, and for Borland because of the series' three-year hiatus.

"You watch programs from afar for many, many years and Iowa is obviously one of those programs that has been well-established for a long, long time," Andersen said. "The respect has grown for me just watching how they play, how they compete, how they're coached, how their kids like to play football."

Iowa's three losses are against teams who have a combined 23-1 record. The Hawkeyes are coming off a 17-10 victory over Northwestern in overtime last Saturday following consecutive losses to Michigan State and Ohio State. Their other loss was to Northern Illinois.

"This is a real tribute to our guys, especially the older guys," coach Kirk Ferentz said. "The juniors and seniors have been doing a great job of leading us to November, and it's nice to see them get a reward for it."

Wisconsin and Iowa are very similar, Andersen said.

"It was a very productive week for the kids from a standpoint of preparing for a next opponent," Andersen said. "Iowa is a very stiff challenge. Two very similar identities on what they want to get done on the offensive side of the football. We obviously both want to run the ball. The play-action is a part of the throw game on both sides. Defenses are both physical. Very salty kids on both sides that love the game of football."

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