The Wisconsin Badgers (5-4) and the Northwestern Wildcats (4-5) square off on Saturday, November 11, 2023 at Camp Randall Stadium in a battle of Big Ten opponents.
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When is Wisconsin vs. Northwestern and when does it start?
This contest between the Badgers and Wildcats will happen on Saturday, November 11, 2023. You can expect the kickoff at 3:30 PM ET.
Where to watch Wisconsin vs. Northwestern
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What channel is the game on?
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Wisconsin vs. Northwestern Game Preview
Wisconsin Stats & Insights
In their last game, the Badgers lost 20-14 to the Indiana Hoosiers.
Wisconsin is totaling 376.1 yards per game on offense (77th in the FBS), and rank 38th on defense, yielding 335.0 yards allowed per game.
The Badgers are putting up 213.9 passing yards per game on offense (85th in the FBS), and they rank 30th on the other side of the ball with 198.9 passing yards allowed per game.
Wisconsin is averaging 162.2 rushing yards per game offensively this year (62nd in the FBS), and is surrendering 136.1 rushing yards per game (54th) on defense.
The Badgers rank 91st in points scored this year (23.6 points per game), but they’ve been thriving on the other side of the ball, ranking 24th-best in the FBS with 19.1 points allowed per game.
Northwestern Stats & Insights
The Badgers head into the matchup after losing 20-14 to the Indiana Hoosiers in their last outing on November 4.
Northwestern has been sputtering offensively, ranking seventh-worst with 295.4 total yards per game. It has been better defensively, surrendering 332.2 total yards per contest (33rd-ranked).
The Wildcats’ pass defense has been paving the way for the team, as they rank 11th-best in the FBS with 173.6 passing yards ceded per game. In terms of offense, they are compiling 193.6 passing yards per game, which ranks 105th.
Northwestern’s rushing offense has been bottom-25 this season, compiling 101.9 rushing yards per game, which ranks 12th-worst in the FBS. Defensively, it ranks 84th with 158.7 rushing yards surrendered per contest.
The Wildcats rank 19th-worst in points per game (20.1), but they’ve been more productive on the other side of the ball, ranking 56th in the FBS with 24.2 points allowed per contest.
Wisconsin Key Players to Watch
Tanner Mordecai has thrown for 1,128 yards (188.0 ypg) to lead Wisconsin, completing 63.7% of his passes and collecting three touchdown passes and three interceptions this season. He’s also figured in the ground game with 161 rushing yards (26.8 ypg) on 51 carries with four rushing touchdowns.
Braelon Allen’s team-high 754 rushing yards (94.3 per game) have come on 130 carries, with eight touchdowns this year.
This season Chez Mellusi has taken 51 carries for 306 yards (76.5 per game) and four touchdowns.
Will Pauling’s 500 receiving yards (55.6 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s registered 46 receptions and three touchdowns.
Bryson Green has grabbed 23 passes for 360 yards (45.0 yards per game) and one touchdown this year.
Chimere Dike’s 16 catches have netted him 282 yards (35.3 ypg) and one touchdown.
Northwestern Key Players to Watch
Ben Bryant has thrown for 926 yards (185.2 ypg) to lead Northwestern, completing 59% of his passes and recording six touchdown passes and three interceptions this season.
The team’s top rusher, Cam Porter, has carried the ball 105 times for 382 yards (42.4 per game), with two touchdowns this year.
This season Brendan Sullivan has racked up 160 yards (22.9 per game) on 75 carries with two touchdowns.
Bryce Kirtz’s 507 receiving yards (63.4 yards per game) lead the team. He has 33 receptions with four touchdowns.
Cam Johnson has put together a 415-yard season so far (46.1 receiving yards per game) with two touchdowns, reeling in 34 passes.
A.J. Henning’s 29 receptions have turned into 214 yards (26.8 ypg) and two touchdowns.