The Wisconsin Badgers advanced to 9-0 for the first time in over a decade with a win in
Indiana Saturday. The Badgers are coming home to Madison this week.
There were just over 43,000 people in attendance to watch the Wisconsin Badgers defeat the Indiana Hoosiers Saturday, but that didn’t lower the Badgers’ intensity, as they ran
away with a 45-17 victory.
“I would say that it wasn’t full but the people that were here were pretty sweet. They were pretty loud, so it was fun to get some juice… I feel like the people out here were vocal, so I appreciate
the atmosphere they brought,” junior fullback Alec Ingold, who ran for two touchdowns and caught one more, told WSUM Student Radio after the game.
Ingold helped spark the Badgers’ second win in 14 days, and after two weeks on the road, they’re looking forward to being back in Madison.
“I’m looking forward to the next game, absolutely. We’re lucky Camp Randall’s a fun place to play at,” Coach Paul Chryst said at his post-game press conference.
“There’s nothing like the atmosphere at Camp Randall, so it’ll be nice to get back there,” sophomore linebacker Tyler Johnson told WSUM.
Not only will the Badgers be back at home, but they’ll be playing their biggest game of the year
against the Iowa Hawkeyes, who are coming off a 55-24 win over Ohio State.
“We put ourselves in a great spot at 9-0 and it will be fun. November football, everything’s a little ramped up, so it’ll be fun heading back home,” senior tight end Troy Fumagalli said after the game. “Two big games coming up for us, so we’re ready to go.”