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University of Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz, tailback Braelon Allen and cornerback Caesar Williams speak to the media Saturday after the Badgers defeated the 25th-ranked Purdue Boilermakers 30-13 at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Indiana.
The Wisconsin football team continued its dominance of Purdue and earned a win it can feel good about. Now Iowa looms.
It wasn't always pretty, but Wisconsin dominated Purdue in the second half. Here are some key takeaways from a key win in the Big Ten race.
The losing streak extended back to 2019, when the then-ranked No. 13 Badgers beat No. 9 Minnesota to close the regular season before losing the Big Ten Championship and Rose Bowl.
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