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Game Day Links & How To Watch: Wisconsin at Rutgers

Find all of our coverage leading up to this game right here.

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How To Watch, Stream & Listen

Wisconsin (5-3; 3-2) at Rutgers (4-4; 1-4)

Where: SHI Stadium, Piscataway, NJ

Kick-off: Saturday, November 6 at 3:30 PM ET

Weather: 55 degrees, mostly sunny with a 4% chance of rain, 3 mph winds

TV: BTN with Brandon Gaudin (play-by-play), James Laurinaitis (color), Rick Pizzo (sideline)

Stream: FOX Sports App

Radio: RWJBarnabas Health Rutgers Sports Network (WCTC 14-50-AM, WOR 710-AM, XM 196, Sirius 108) with Chris Carlin (play-by-play), Mike Feel and Eric LeGrand (analyst) and Anthony Fucilli (sideline); WRSU 88.7 FM - Jake Schmied & Doug Willig

Current Spread: Wisconsin -13

Series History: Wisconsin leads 3-0, Badgers won last meeting 31-17 in 2018.

Wisconsin SB Nation Site: Bucky’s 5th Quarter

It’s November and Rutgers is set to play a meaningful Big Ten contest at home. Wisconsin is on a four game winning streak and has a clear path to the West division title. Rutgers needs two wins in their last four games to become bowl eligible. There is a lot on the line in this contest and it’s exciting to see how RU will respond.

The Badgers enter the game with the top defense in the Big Ten and the nation, a strong ground game and a clear deficiency in their passing game. The Scarlet Knights will look to slow their running attack down to force them to throw the football. On the flip side, sustaining drives and making a few big plays in their own passing game is clearly important. Special Teams could be a major factor in this game and Rutgers has the edge on paper.

Get ready for kickoff with all of our pregame coverage from throughout the week here:

Game Preview

Podcast Preview

Staff Predictions

Q&A with Bucky’s 5th Quarter

Betting Preview

Wisconsin scouting report

Wisconsin series history

Remaining schedule outlook

Plea to college football gods

Five takeaways from Schiano’s presser

Big Ten Power Rankings