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Wisconsin Badgers Betting

The Wisconsin Badgers won the first two Big Ten Championship Games, but they haven’t had much luck in Indianapolis since those initial victories. The Badgers lost the Big Ten Championship Game for the fourth time in the past six seasons after falling to Ohio State for the third time in that stretch this season, but Wisconsin has a nice landing spot. Wisconsin will be heading to Pasadena to take on the Oregon Ducks in the Rose Bowl. This is the Badgers’ first trip to the Granddaddy of Them All since the 2013 season, and they are hoping to win their first Rose Bowl since they bested Stanford on January 1, 2000. Wisconsin went to the Rose Bowl in three straight seasons from 2011 to 2013, but the Badgers lost all three of those games by a touchdown or less. They are favored per the college football betting odds to end that streak when kicking off the new decade.

Rose Bowl Odds

Wisconsin Badgers -2.5

Oregon Ducks +2.5

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Wisconsin hasn’t changed its philosophy on offense in years. The Badgers are a run-first team, and they have another great running back in Jonathan Taylor this season.

Taylor has run for 1,909 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2019, averaging 6.4 YPC. He became a Heisman Trophy contender in September after running all over Michigan’s defense, and he made Wisky one of the best teams in the nation. He improved as a pass catcher this year, catching 24 passes for 209 yards and five touchdowns too, quarterback Jack Coan another option to use out of the backfield.

Coan had a solid season in replacing Alex Hornibrook, completing 70.1 percent of his passes for over 2,500 yards with 17 touchdowns and four interceptions. He averaged 8.4 YPA, and he made the most of Quintez Cephus.

Cephus is one of the most unheralded receivers in the country. He caught 52 passes for 842 yards and six touchdowns, and he was at his best against elite competition. Cephus is going to be the X-Factor against Oregon in the Rose Bowl.

The Ducks have one of the best defenses in the Pac 12. They are allowing 3.4 YPC, and the pass defense has been even better. That will test Wisconsin’s resolve with the run, but the Badgers are going to keep running the ball as long as it is somewhat successful.

Oregon is a lot like Wisconsin, although the Ducks have a much better quarterback. Mario Cristobal likes to run the ball and trust his defense, but Justin Herbert is too much of a weapon to ignore.

Herbert has completed 66.7 percent of his passes for 3,333 yards with 32 touchdowns and five interceptions this season. He has targeted Johnny Johnson III a lot over the last four weeks, so Wisconsin will need to watch him in the passing game.

C.J. Verdell and Travis Dye have both run for more than 6.2 YPC, and the duo could surpass 2,000 rushing yards in the Rose Bowl. However, Oregon’s offense might have some issues as offensive coordinator Marcus Arroyo left to become UNLV’s head coach.

Wisconsin boasts one of the top defenses in the nation. The Badgers were 15th in the country per SP+, and the only team that could consistently run on this front seven was Ohio State. That should bode well for Wisconsin on January 1.

Regular Season Recap

The Badgers set the college football community ablaze in the first half of the season. Wisconsin registered four shutouts in its first six games, and the Badgers national championship odds fell to as low as 15-1. However, Wisconsin was stunned on the road by Illinois as a 30-point favorite prior to their tilt with Ohio State in Columbus, dealing their title hopes a big blow.

Wisconsin hung close with Ohio State for a half before losing the next week, taking the Badgers out of contention for the national championship, but they rallied to beat Iowa and won their next two games. That set up a meeting with Minnesota for Paul Bunyan’s Axe with the winner claiming the Big Ten West. The Badgers won that game 38-17 to earn another crack at the Buckeyes in the Big Ten Championship Game, and we saw a repeat of the regular season result.

Paul Chryst and the Badgers took a 21-7 lead into halftime, but they surrendered 27 unanswered points in the second half to fall 34-21. Taylor had great numbers, and Coan played well in the loss, but Wisconsin’s defense couldn’t get off the field in the second half.

2019-20 College Bowls Betting Schedule

College Football Playoff
Dec 28 Peach Bowl Atlanta, GA / 4 PM No. 1 LSU vs. No. 4 Oklahoma
Dec 28 Fiesta Bowl Glendale, AZ / 8 PM No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 3 Clemson
Jan 13 CFP National Championship New Orleans, LA / 8 PM Semifinal Winners
Selection Committee Bowl Games
Dec 28 Cotton Bowl Arlington, TX / Noon No. 10 Penn State vs. No. 17 Memphis
Dec 30 Orange Bowl Miami Gardens, FL / 8 PM No. 9 Florida vs. No. 24 Virginia
Jan 1 Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA / 5 PM No. 6 Oregon vs. No. 8 Wisconsin
Jan 1 Sugar Bowl New Orleans, LA / 8:45 PM No. 5 Georgia vs. No. 7 Baylor
Other Bowl Games
Dec 20 Bahamas Bowl Nassau, Bahamas / 2 PM Buffalo vs. Charlotte
Dec 20 Frisco Bowl Frisco, TX / 7:30 PM Kent State vs. Utah State
Dec 21 Celebration Bowl Atlanta, GA / 12:00 PM Alcorn State vs. North Carolina A&T
Dec 21 New Mexico Bowl Albuquerque, NM / 2 PM Central Michigan vs. San Diego State
Dec 21 Cure Bowl Orlando, FL / 2:30 PM Liberty vs. Georgia Southern
Dec 21 Boca Raton Bowl Boca Raton, FL / 3:30 PM FAU vs. SMU
Dec 21 Camelia Bowl Montgomery, AL / 5:30 PM Arkansas State vs. Florida International
Dec 21 Las Vegas Bowl Las Vegas, NV / 7:30 PM No. 19 Boise State vs. Washington
Dec 21 New Orleans Bowl New Orleans, LA / 9 PM No. 20 Appalachian State vs. UAB
Dec 23 Gasparilla Bowl Tampa, FL / 2:30 PM Marshall vs. UCF
Dec 24 Hawaii Bowl Honolulu, HI / 8 PM BYU vs. Hawai'i
Dec 26 Independence Bowl Shreveport, LA / 4 PM Louisiana Tech vs. Miami (Fla.)
Dec 26 Quick Lane Bowl Detroit, MI / 8 PM Eastern Michigan vs. Pittsburgh
Dec 27 Military Bowl Annapolis, MD / Noon North Carolina vs. Temple
Dec 27 Pinstripe Bowl The Bronx, NY / 3:20 PM Michigan State vs. Wake Forest
Dec 27 Texas Bowl Houston, TX / 6:45 PM No. 25 Oklahoma State vs. Texas A&M
Dec 27 Holiday Bowl San Diego, CA / TBA No. 16 Iowa vs. No. 22 Southern California
Dec 27 Cheez-It Bowl Phoenix, AZ / 10:15 PM Air Force vs. Washington State
Dec 28 Camping World Bowl Orlando, FL / Noon No. 15 Notre Dame vs. Iowa State
Dec 30 First Responder Bowl University Park, TX / 12:30 PM Western Kentucky vs. Western Michigan
Dec 30 Music City Bowl Nashville, TN / 4 PM Louisville vs. Mississippi State
Dec 30 Redbox Bowl Santa Clara, CA / TBA California vs. Illinois
Dec 31 Belk Bowl Charlotte, NC / Noon Kentucky vs. Virginia Tech
Dec 31 Sun Bowl El Paso, TX / 2 PM Arizona State vs. Florida State
Dec 31 Arizona Bowl Tucson, AZ / 4:30 PM Georgia State vs. Wyoming
Dec 31 Alamo Bowl San Antonio, TX / 7:30 PM No. 11 Utah vs. Texas
Dec 31 Liberty Bowl Mephis, TN / 3:45 PM Kansas State vs. Navy
Jan 1 Outback Bowl Tampa, FL / 1 PM No. 12 Auburn vs. No. 18 Minnesota
Jan 1 Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL / 1 PM No. 13 Alabama vs. No. 14 Michigan
Jan 2 Birmingham Bowl Birmingham, AL / 3 PM No. 21 Cincinnati vs. Boston College
Jan 2 Gator Bowl Jacksonville, FL / 7 PM Indiana vs. Tennessee
Jan 3 Idaho Potato Bowl Boise, ID / 3:30 PM Nevada vs. Ohio
Jan 4 Armed Forces Bowl Fort Worth, TX / 11:30 AM Southern Miss vs. Tulane
Jan 6 LendingTree Bowl Mobile, AL / 7:30 PM Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Miami (Ohio)

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