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The Big Ten has already started conference play - Wisconsin beat Purdue 41-10 last weekend - but this Saturday night is the first marquee game between league opponents. 

Wisconsin at Ohio State in Columbus. 

The 23rd-ranked Badgers endured one of the more bizarre losses of the college football season at Arizona State on Sept. 14. The clock ran out while Wisconsin was trying to set up a field goal to win the game. The Pac-12 later issued a statement acknowledging errors by its officiating crew. 

A win over fourth-ranked Ohio State would go a long way toward helping the Badgers get over the loss to Arizona State - if they haven't already.

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