Badger of Honor writers predict Wisconsin Football schedule

MADISON, WI - SEPTEMBER 01: Zander Neuville (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)
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Wisconsin Football plays Rutgers week ten
ANN ARBOR, MI – OCTOBER 28: Wide receiver Janarion Grant #1 of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights celebrates his 65-yard touchdown run against the Michigan Wolverines with wide receiver Bo Melton #18 of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights during the first half at Michigan Stadium on October 28, 2017 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Michigan defeated Rutgers 35-14. (Photo by Duane Burleson/Getty Images) /

Week 10 vs Rutgers

Sam Land

The Scarlet Knights have remained in the Big Ten’s cellar, and likely will not be climbing out of it this season. Ash has managed to put together some decent defenses, but you need to score points in order to win a football game, and Rutgers does not do that very well.

Wisconsin has dominated Rutgers in the two previous matchups between these programs, and should once again get a pretty effortless win in 2018.

Wisconsin 45 – Rutgers 9

Steven Tondi

Rutgers should not be much of a problem for the Badgers.  Wisconsin boasts a much more talented roster and has dominated the Scarlet Knights since they have joined the Big Ten.  I expect much of the same when Rutgers comes to Madison in early November.  Wisconsin should wrap this one up pretty quickly, giving the starters some much-needed rest before traveling to Happy Valley.

Wisconsin 49 – Rutgers 13

Christian Borman

Rutgers hasn’t been competitive with the Badgers since joining the Big Ten. Expect the trend to continue. Bucky rolls.

Wisconsin 35 – Rutgers 10

Taylor Laabs

Another resume booster. If the Badgers don’t win by 30, many on the College Football Playoff committee might view this one as a red mark. Expect the Badgers to be focused and dominate throughout.

Wisconsin 52 – Rutgers 10

Tanner Nestle

If there’s ever a time for Wisconsin to be caught looking ahead it’s this week. Too bad for Rutgers they aren’t good enough to make anything of the opportunity. Jonathan Taylor will have a great chance to pad his Heisman resume this week.

Wisconsin 48 – Rutgers 7