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Badgers hope win over Northwestern is the start of good things to come

Madison, Wis. (WXOW) One win against a struggling team doesn't mean everything is fixed.
But the Badgers got the bandwagon turned in the right direction at least.

The Badgers did notch a road win Sunday by 17 at Northwestern. That came three days after a loss to Iowa.
Wisconsin is sitting at 16-8 on the season with a tough trio of games remaining in the regular season.
The players were expecting more out of this season which is why they held a team meeting a few days ago to refocus for the stretch run.

"It was a team meeting. Lots of different things happened. It was good for us. It was really good for us. It was very helpful but like I said, it means nothing if it's one game. it's got to continue," said center Micah Potter.

The Badgers will host Illinois on Saturday.

Scott Emerich

Scott is WXOW’s Sports Director

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