I think one thing Wisconsin teaches us, or reinforces what we already knew, is that coaching staff integrity is uber important in the college game. They lost, what, 6 coaches off their staff last year? They fired their OL coach after one game. Both coodinators are new. You see that they are pulling together and improving, but then they lose to MSU. At the same time, Ohio State has gone through significant coaching staff changes, but are 10-0. Which is the other thing we can learn/re-inforce. The head man is of ultimate importance. Bielema is not Meyer. Finally, there was something about Tressel's regime where they were often not ready to play well after a bye. I don't think that will be the case here, but you don't know until they play after a bye. But I'm feeling good about this one. Wisky wants to line up and play smash mouth. Great. We have shown we can handle that. They are struggling and have to be under a lot of pressure. How would it be to go to Indy knowing that you were, at best, the 2nd best team in the Leaders, or at worst, the 3rd best? They NEED to win this game to feel some sense of legitmacy. That's pressure. At the beginning of the year, the schedule presented OSU with the opportunity to defeat all of the contenders in both divisions. When it is all said and done, the ability for Ohio State to say, "Have fun in Indy playing for our title" is the very best outcome of this season - contingent on the Bucks winning these final 2 games. Destroy Wisconsin! Nothing better than a Bielema beat-down (OK, except for a Hoke/scUM beat-down). No last second heroics. Come out in the first qtr, ram it down their throats, don't let them gain a yard, and put these Badg-stards back into the 2nd tier status they belong in. And, no, I'm not going to say how I really feel about Wisconsin.