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Purdue at #7 Wisconsin Game Day Vitals

Purdue heads up to Madison to face a team that’s dominated the Boilermakers over the last decade.

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The last time Purdue defeated Wisconsin was in 2003. College Game Day was visiting for the Big Ten clash, and Purdue won in Madison thanks to a last minute field goal. Since then, Purdue has gone on to lose 11 straight game to the Badgers, a streak that started on that dark night in 2004.

Excluding Rutgers and Maryland, Purdue has defeated every Big Ten team at least once since the last time they beat Wisconsin in 2003. The Badgers have been a thorn for the Boilermakers over the last decade, reminding us how far Purdue has fallen since the peak of the Tiller-era.

Despite the new coaching staff in town and improved team, Vegas and much of the college football world is already writing this off and expecting same old Purdue to stroll into Madison and play dead again.

Can the Brohm Squad show the world that this Purdue team is for real? Purdue may have played Louisville and Michigan tough and close, but both of those teams have faltered since they played Purdue. This will be Purdue’s biggest test of the season, as the Badgers are definitely the best team Purdue will face this season. Now is the time for Purdue to show what they’re really made of.

Let’s play football.

Purdue at Wisconsin Game Day Vitals

Opponent #7 Wisconsin Badgers
Opponent #7 Wisconsin Badgers
Current Record 5-0, 2-0 Big Ten
Stadium Camp Randall Stadium
Capacity 80,321
Surface FieldTurf
Mascot Bucky Badger
Tickets Starting at $85 on StubHub
Starting at $84 on SeatGeek
Kickoff Time 3:30 PM EDT
Online Streaming BTN2Go
Satellite Radio Sirius XM Channel 84
Odds Wisconsin 16.5 point favorites
All-Time Series Wisconsin leads 47-29-8
Last Purdue Win 26-23 on Oct. 18, 2003 in Madison
Last Wisconsin Win 49-20 on Nov. 19, 2016 in West Lafayette
SB Nation Blog Representation Bucky's 5th Quarter
Weather Forecast Temperatures in the upper 60s, 50/50 chance of rain.
2016 Wisconsin Record 11-3, 7-2 Big Ten
2016 Wisconsin Postseason Lost to Penn State 38-31 in Big Ten Championship Game, Defeated Western Michigan 24-16 in the Cotton Bowl
Coach Paul Chryst: 3rd year at Wisconsin with 26-6 record. 45-25 overall coaching record
Is the H&R Staff Attending? No