MADISON, Wis. – After three straight games in primetime, Wisconsin fans can have a second straight week of brunch with the Badgers.
The Big Ten announced Monday that Wisconsin’s Oct.27 game against Northwestern will kick off at 11 a.m. CT. TV network is still to be announced for the game at Ryan Field in Evanston, Ill.
Wisconsin owns a 59-35-5 record against Northwestern, including a 29-18-1 record at Ryan Field. UW has won four of the last six meetings in the series, including last season’s 33-24 victory in Madison. The Badgers’ 21-7 road victory in 2016 was Wisconsin’s first in the series since 1999.
Entering this weekend, Northwestern has a half-game lead over Wisconsin, Iowa and Purdue in the Big Ten West Division. The Wildcats have never appeared in the Big Ten title game, while the Badgers have appeared in five of the seven championship games.