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Badgers postgame: Catch all the coverage of Wisconsin's loss to Notre Dame in Chicago
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Badgers postgame: Catch all the coverage of Wisconsin's loss to Notre Dame in Chicago

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CHICAGO — The 18th-ranked University of Wisconsin football team (1-2) fell to No. 12 Notre Dame (4-0) 41-13 on Saturday at Soldier Field. 

Injury report

The Badgers listed seven players as not available for the game: running back Braelon Allen, fullback Quan Easterling, tight end Jack Eschenbach, safety Tyler Mais, inside linebackers Mike Maskalunas and Jordan Turner and outside linebacker Aaron Witt.

Cornerback Faion Hicks and safety Collin Wilder were in pregame warmups after being listed as questionable on Monday's injury report.

Notre Dame reported defensive lineman Kurt Hinish as out.

The line

The Badgers are favored by 6 points with a total of 45, according to scoresandodds.com. UW is -238 on the money line and Notre Dame is +190.

The officials

Michael Cannon is the referee. His crew includes linesman Ken Zelmanski, line judge Jeff Meslow, back judge Robert Smith Jr., field judge Stephen Hassel, side judge Joel Clay and center judge Bryan Banks.

On TV

Fox (Channel 47 in Madison) has the broadcast, with Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt and Jenny Taft on the call. A streaming broadcast is available on the Fox Sports app and on the web.

On radio

Matt Lepay, Mike Lucas, Mark Tauscher and Patrick Herb have the call on the Badger Sports Network (101.5 FM and 1310 AM in Madison). It's available on the Varsity Network app and via satellite radio on Sirius 134 and XM 196.

In the first UW football game at Camp Randall Stadium in 651 days, Badgers fans didn't disappoint when it came time to "Jump Around" on Saturday.

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