The senior linebackers talk about Wisconsin's 45-24 win over Purdue on their last day playing at Camp Randall.
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With their 606-yard offensive explosion in a 45-24 victory over Purdue Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium, the 14th-ranked Badgers sent a message to 11th-ranked Minnesota prior to their winner-take-all game for the Big Ten Conference West Division title next week in Minneapolis.
After the UW defense found a way to shut down Purdue’s offense in the second half Saturday, the Badgers pulled away with a 45-24 win over the Boilermakers despite committing four turnovers on offense. That victory puts UW (9-2, 6-2) into a winner-take-all matchup next week at Minnesota.
Hintze had a difficult time describing his state of mind after a 62-yard field goal that set a program record and was a key moment in the Badgers’ 45-24 victory over Purdue on Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium.